Plans for Telosa City that promises to be eco-friendly, drought-resistant are ...

Plans for Telosa City that promises to be eco-friendly, drought-resistant are ...
Plans for Telosa City that promises to be eco-friendly, drought-resistant are ...

Plans for a new desert city that promises to be eco-friendly, drought-resistant, and have all amenities within 15 minutes of every home have been unveiled by former Walmart executive Marc Lore. 

Futuristic metropolis Telosa City is set to cost $400 billion to build and will host a population of up to five million across 150,000 acres.  

Known as a '15-minute city design', the blueprint includes plans for residents to be able to reach their place of work, education, and other amenities within quarter of an hour of their residence. 

Lore has described the city as a 'new model for society' as it includes plans for a new form of governance and named the futuristic utopia after the Greek word for 'higher purpose' - Telos.  

Planners are targeting areas of desert in Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Texas, and the Appalachian region as potential building sites and are hoping to approach state officials 'very soon'.

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Plans for a new desert city that promises to be eco-friendly, drought-resistant, and have all amenities within 15 minutes of every home have been unveiled

Plans for a new desert city that promises to be eco-friendly, drought-resistant, and have all amenities within 15 minutes of every home have been unveiled

Digital renderings of the project show reimagined living with blocks of houses covered in shrubbery and surrounded by green space

 Digital renderings of the project show reimagined living with blocks of houses covered in shrubbery and surrounded by green space

The first stage of construction, set to cost $25 billion, would see the city welcome its first 50,000 residents by 2030 and swell to its target population over 40 years. 

It would involve building the first houses over 1,500 acres, expanding to 150,000 acres in future stages of construction. 

Planners expect funding to come from 'various sources' - such as federal and state grants, economic development subsidies and private investors. 

Digital renderings of the project show reimagined living with blocks of houses covered in shrubbery and surrounded by green space.  

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