Mark Zuckerberg is building a compound on 1,500 acres of land in Hawaii, including a ‘doomsday’ bunker. Construction cost for the compound comes in at around $100 million while the total project, including land acquisition, tips the money scale at over $270 million. The project has been ongoing for years and workers on-site have been sworn to secrecy in the form of NDAs (non-disclosure agreements). Pictures of the site are only available outside of the compound’s six-foot stone walls as trespassing and pictures inside are forbidden.
The compound will feature 14 disc-shaped treehouses around the property. Guard towers overlook the hilly and mountainous terrain on the edges of the sprawling acreage. A six-foo-tall wall surrounds the estate with gated and secure entry points. There will be a total of 30 bedrooms and 30 bathrooms on-site and several guest houses. A 14-foot-tall water tower will provide water to the interior facilities. The water tower will also fuel agriculture and cattle-raising, which will make the site completely self-sufficient. The bunker features a steel door filled with concrete and secret ‘escape hatches.’ The underground ‘doomsday’ space will be 5,000 square feet and, according to a rendering that has gone viral, it will be at least two floors.
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