DALLAS — Survival is certainly not what it used to be, as a $300 million five-star luxury resort fortress for millionaires is being planned in Texas.
Trident Lakes will give wealthy preppers all the comforts of home, including an 18-hole golf course, a shooting range, driving range, shops, polo fields, jogging trails, stables, restaurants and helipads.
The development will consist of 400 underground condominiums that will serve as survival bunkers for the rich, The Herald Democrat reported. The amenities, including lagoons, will be located on the surface while the rich hide underground.
“It’s not just a hole in the ground to hide in; it’s going to be one of the most plush resorts in all of Texas, if not America,” Trident Lakes spokesperson Richie Whitt said.
The gated community will be surrounded by a 12-foot wall complete with watchtowers to keep less-affluent survivors out. Three different floorplans for condominiums are available, according to The Herald Democrat.
There also will be underground tunnel system connecting the condos. The tunnels will contain communal greenhouses, an air purification system and airlock — presumably to protect it from gas attack or fallout from a nuclear weapon.