December 18, 2023Business Desk

Zuckerberg's Hawaiian compound includes bunker, tree houses

Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg's expansive Hawaiian compound has a 1,400-acre property with approximately 12 structures, including guest houses, agricultural facilities, and two opulent mansions.

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The primary residences are connected by a tunnel leading to a 5,000-square-foot underground shelter, complete with living spaces and an escape hatch.

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Zukerberg’s security measures include an 18-foot-tall water tank and pump systems along with extensive food production capabilities, making the stay a sustainable and resilient retreat.

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The report also revealed that Zuckerberg is planning to have a collection of "a web of 11 disk-shaped treehouses" connected by rope bridges, providing a treetop experience for visitors.

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