Nuclear war? No problem. Tornado? No worries. As long as you have a few million dollars, evading impending doom is easy — just purchase a survival bunker. The company Survival Condo has taken what were previously missile silos built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers and turned them into 15-story underground luxury apocalypse digs.

Larry Hall, the owner of Survival Condo, purchased the decommissioned site where the silos were in 2008 and began the conversion process. Now, he’s selling the concrete bunkers for up to $4 million apiece.

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“What we’re looking at is there’s an increasing array of threats like tornadoes and hurricanes and solar flares and pandemics and terrorism and food shortages,” said Hall, according to CBS News. “There are so many things that happen every day all around the world and people are just hoping it doesn’t happen to them. But what if it does?”

The complex boasts a full armory of guns and ammo, data streaming and internet, medical center and LED screens that serve as windows to show a customizable live-stream of the outside world.

“We have the highest level of military-grade security that offers both lethal and non-lethal measures in order to protect our residents,” the company said.

In addition, they have entertainment: a movie theater, bar, rock climbing wall, gym, library, pool and spa.

Though they’re located somewhere in Kansas, the exact location of the bunkers remains undisclosed due to “security reasons.”

The first set of units sold out even before construction was completed in 2012, while the second is expected to be completed in 2018. And thanks to its amenities, residents can ride out whatever disaster is happening above ground for up to five years.

“We have all of the necessities to survive in a luxury ‘resort setting’ for as long as five years,” Survival Condo said. “Without having any concern for being able to sustain our community with all of the necessities that will be needed for an extended off-grid living situation.”