The sun-drenched shores of Kauai, known for their idyllic beauty and laid-back charm, may soon become home to a fortress of a different kind: Mark Zuckerberg's ultra-secure, self-sufficient compound, a project raising eyebrows and igniting heated discussions.
A recent investigative report by Wired unveils the ambitious plans for what some are calling the "Zuckerbunker," nestled within the sprawling 773-acre Koolau Ranch acquired by Zuckerberg for a staggering $170 million. The compound, reportedly consisting of over a dozen buildings, aims to be not just a lavish estate but a fully functional, self-sustaining micro-city. . .