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Country United States
Project announced September 2021; 0 months ago
• Total 610 km2 (240 sq mi)
• Total 5,000,000
• Density 8,200/km2 (21,000/sq mi)
Website Official website
Telosa is a proposed utopian planned city conceived by American billionaire Marc Lore. The project has a target population of 5 million people by 2050, with the first phase of construction expected to house 50,000. The project's planners intend for the city to be built on cheap desert land, with Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, and Appalachia proposed as potential locations. The name Telosa is derived from the Ancient Greek word telos, meaning "higher purpose".
The name Telosa is derived from the Ancient Greek word telos, meaning "higher purpose".
Telosa is planned to be a 15-minute city, with workplaces, schools, and basic goods and services being within a 15-minute commute from residents' homes. Vehicles that are powered by fossil fuels will not be permitted within the city, with an emphasis instead being placed upon walkability and the use of scooters, bicycles, and autonomous electric vehicles. The project was formulated by former WalMart president and billionaire Lore.
Lore announced he had hired the architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) owned by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. BIG will handle the proposed city's master planning with skyscrapers called Telosa tower and Equitism tower.
The proposed land ownership in the city is based on Georgist principles, as advocated by political economist Henry George in his 1879 book Progress and Poverty. Under the proposed rules, anyone would be licensed to build, keep or sell a home, building or any other structure, but the city would retain ultimate ownership of the land.
The project's planners intend for the city to be built on cheap desert land, with Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, and Appalachia proposed as potential locations.
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Official website https://cityoftelosa.com
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