"" Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, apparently intends to create his own utopia town.

Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, apparently intends to create his own utopia town.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the billionaire plans to develop his community close to the Texas locations of Tesla and SpaceX. To prevent the need for Twitter-style office bedrooms, his employees could reside there for a discounted cost.

Elon Musk has been open about his goal to colonise Mars, but he won't do it until he's tried operating his society on Earth. According to The Wall Street Journal, the owner of SpaceX, Tesla, and Twitter plans to construct Snailbrook, a "utopia" in Texas for his employees to reside in (WSJ).

It would be constructed close to his space company's facility, just outside the state's capital of Austin. Also, the community would be close to The Boring Company, a tunnel construction company owned by Elon Musk and situated in Bastrop County.

Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, apparently intends to create his own "utopia" town.

The suggested name includes Gary, the company's mascot snail. The publication claims that workers would pay about $800 (£669) each month for one- or two-bedroom residences and would have 30 days to vacate the property if fired or resigned.

Pools and outdoor sports facilities are allegedly among the offerings. According to WSJ, which cited county titles, land records, and emails with regional officials, at least 3,500 acres of land had been purchased to develop the town along the Colorado River.

The Boring Company requests authorisation to dump tens of thousands of gallons of sewage into that river daily. Local media reports that the corporation has requested this from the environmental authorities, and a public meeting is scheduled for this month where locals can voice their opinions.

According to Musk, boring, SpaceX, and Tesla are now based in Texas, which has revealed plans to relocate Tesla's headquarters from California due to the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

When the virus spread in 2020, the multi-billionaire was dissatisfied that authorities would not permit him to reopen a car manufacturing. Musk thinks living in a business town would offer him greater control over how things are managed, even though his turbulent Twitter stint has brought attention to his treatment of employees.

Following his takeover in October, thousands of employees were let go, and more left after he insisted they adopt a "hardcore" workplace attitude. Bedrooms were later discovered to have been put up within the social network company's San Francisco headquarters.

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