These rooms definitely don’t come with a view.

Surviving the end of the world doesn’t come cheap. For those who have the money, however, it might be worth looking into this underground bunker that’s nicer than many above-ground New York City apartments.

The site was originally built during the Cold War as a nuclear missile launch facility, but it has since been retrofitted to withstand anything the apocalypse throws at it, including nuclear blast to major weather events.

The site was originally built during the Cold War as a nuclear missile launch facility, but it has since been retrofitted to withstand anything the apocalypse throws at it, including nuclear blast to major weather events. (survivalcondo.com)

The Survival Condo is located somewhere near Kansas, CNET reported. Its exact location isn’t publicly known, which is by design. The bunker descends 200 feet into the Earth and holds 15 floors.

The site was originally built during the Cold War as a nuclear missile launch facility, but it has since been retrofitted to withstand anything the apocalypse throws at it, from a nuclear blast to major weather events.

The underground structure has everything that one would expect a survival shelter to have: living spaces, heat and energy sources, food and medical supplies and protection from various dangers that might be lurking outside (nuclear fallout or extreme fires, for example).

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A typical residence (which takes up a half-floor) costs about $1 million.

A typical residence (which takes up a half-floor) costs about $1 million. (SurvivalCondo.com)

It also includes luxurious features such as a movie theater with a bar, a workout room (complete with sauna) and a full recreational area. For fun, the residents of the condos will have access to an indoor swimming pool, climbing wall and even a pet park.

Buying a spot in the condo doesn’t come cheap. A typical residence (which takes up half of one floor) costs about $1 million. For people looking for a little extra space during the end of times, they can spend $3 million and have an entire floor to themselves.

On top of that, there’s an additional $2,500 monthly service fee that covers the cost of things such as electricity, water and food.