American billionaire Marc Lore reveals plans to build ‘new’ sustainable city worth $400 billion in US desert
Plans to build a new sustainable metropolis city – Telosa, worth $400 billion on a proposed 150,000-acre land in the middle of a US desert have recently been revealed by a renowned American billionaire and ex-Walmart president Mark Lore.
“The project aims “to create a new city in America that sets a global standard for urban living, expands human potential, and becomes a blueprint for future generations,” read the official website of the announced project.
The Danish architecture firm – Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) was chosen by American entrepreneur Marc Lore to turn the utopian project into reality. The high-tech yet eco-friendly city planned promises to home at least 5 million residents within the next 40 years.
The digital renders released by the collaborators features a central viewing tower, surrounded by smaller residential towers, along with various commercial, cultural, and healthcare facilities – all connected with lush landscapes and rail systems.
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The master plan for the utopian metropolis also includes renewable energy sources, innovative freshwater technology, autonomous transportation, and diverse housing options, all supporting the notion of ‘Equitism’.
Although plans to finalise a suitable location are underway, the planners have identified Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Texas and the Appalachian region as the possibilities, according to Telosa’s official website.