Kansas Survival Shelter Is Not Your Average Fallout Bunker

In the middle of Kansas, surrounded by fields, the Survival Condo is offering the world's rich and powerful a way to ride out the apocalypse in style. It might not look like much from the outside, but this high-tech compound offers deluxe living quarters on par with high-end apartments across the world. Plus, there's a pool, climbing wall and cinema, so you'll never be bored. The location of the Survival Condo is a secret. At the end of an unsealed road more than two hours out of Wichita, it sits behind a barbed-wire fence, guarded by 24-hour security. Surveillance cameras send direct video feed of the bunker's surroundings to the main security room, 24/7. Underground fuel stores provide a backup in case of emergency. The Survival Condo is guarded by eight-ton steel doors. An elevator features a light-up map of the Condo's layout, spread across 15 floors and extending 200 feet underground. The bunker's smoke control system monitors every level of the Survival Condo. If there's a fire, security can isolate the problem and recirculate harmful air out of the building. Up to 75 people could weather 5 years inside the sealed-off bunker, but it comes with a hefty price tag. To buy a spot in the silo will set. you back between $1.5 million and $4.5 million. In addition to the price of buying a unit, owners must spend $2,500 a month to cover the living expenses. Most of those who have signed up are self-made millionaires, including doctors, engineers, attorneys, and international business people. 

Alongside the medical bay, the Survival Condo has a registered pharmacy as well as storage to hold up to seven years' worth of medication for each resident.  

The Survival Condo's food stores include everything from freeze-dried blackberries to shelf-stable scrambled eggs, all rated to last up to 35 years.

Perhaps the most staggering part of the Survival Condo is the full-sized pool, which features a system that automatically refills and sterilizes the water. Of course, the water slide adds a final touch.

No long-stay in a nuclear bunker would be complete without a climbing wall.

TVs throughout the living quarters give a view of the outside world (thanks to the external security cameras). Condo owner Larry Hall says the illusion of a view would be vital for maintaining mental health.

The lounge room — complete with a TV window — ready for residents to move in at a moment's notice

The kitchens feature brand-new appliances and fully automated light and heat, controlled by touch panels.

The common levels at the base of the bunker include a library

At the very bottom of the Survival Condo, a cinema offers residents a place to relax, complete with a selection of 2,000 films stored in a database.

There's also a gym to keep residents in shape.