If you needed any more evidence as to why they built this place, look no further than the CEO of this company who freely admits that he wanted to get the same outfit as the villain Blofeld from James Bond, complete with the white cat.
Now, we know what you're thinking. "Sure, that's cool and all, but how can I, a supervillain, build my own? It's not like people are selling abandoned nuclear missile silos out there."
Well, you're in luck...
The Abandoned Nuclear Missile Silo Home
As many of you know, people get suspicious when you apply for a permit to build something called "Underground Armored Missile Silo" in the neighborhood, as those things tend to seriously drive down property values. The good news is that the U.S. government has a few of these things sitting empty because those damn hippies finally convinced Russia and the U.S. that one million missiles could end the world just as well as two million.
Among the prime property for sale is this Titan 1 missile site in Denver if you want a fixer-upper...
... and this one in upstate New York, if you want one ready to move into.
In case you have some henchmen along for the ride, no worries, because the silos boast more than 40,000 square feet of underground floor space for them. Although the site doesn't specify what you'll be using all that space for, we suspect you could have some great dodgeball games after you deliver your ultimatum to the world leaders and wait for money to start rolling in.
Of course, you can't expect the authorities to just stay out while you start building your WMDs. Fortunately, the underground bunkers were built to give you the best chance of surviving any attacks, including 14-foot-thick walls and 150-ton steel doors over the silos. Plus there is a chain link fence which you can totally lock.