UNIT PRICE per connectable residential/commercial (1952 units) modules of 12.5 m2
(US dollars or Globocean Globals: US$1 = G$1):
Full Ownership: G$/US$9995 + G$/US$95 month (maintenance).
Installment Ownership: G$/US$125 month (for 20 years)+G$/US$95 month (maintenance).
Month Fractional Ownership: G$/US$995 (per month fraction)+G$/US$9 month (maintenance)
Week Fractional Ownership: G$/US$295 (per week fraction)+G$/US$3 month (maintenance)
Day Fractional Ownership: G$/US$49 (per day fraction)+G$/US$1 month (maintenance)
Monthly Rental: G$/US$295 month.
Weekly Rental: G$/US$195 week.
Daily Rental: G$/US$29 day.
Visitor Ticket: G$/US$9 day.
TRANSPORTATION: aero-aqua-terrestrial transport integration
with Sandaeroships (10 property units).
Area: 10 000 m2 / Units: 1952 connectable units of 12.5 m2
Price: G$/US$9995.00 per unit
Green Campus is an ecologic art-tech start-up incubator of entrepreneurs contributing with intellectual, physical or monetary capital. Start-ups use modular aero/aqua/terrestrial mobile/vehicle units, in terrestrial, aquatic and/or aerial temporary/permanent parking, in tax/law/labor free economic international waters (+400km offshore), aerospace (+40km altitude) or lands (Arctic/Antarctica Green-Heat-Domes or tax/law/labor free national temporary parking or permanent territory).
The aqua-aero-terrestrial vehicles temporarily parked in national territory carry the zero tax-law-labor Globocean flag (www.globocean.org) and are exporters of products/services to national importing distributors/consumers.
Green Campus is seed/anchor of Gcities, Global Green Cities, connected by Aqua-Aero-Ships-Cars and/or mobile-structure Aero-Train-Bridge-Parks.
Green Campus consists, sequentially, alternatively or complementary, of mobile home/office units (Aqua-Aero-Terrestrial Start-Up Home-Enterprise Vehicles) using current camping units (tent/vehicles), current towable mobile thermal insulated shipping container units and/or new innovative Sandaeroblock/Sandaeroship/Sandaeronet composite modular units (www.sandaero.com), allowing them to move in/out of international waters/aerospace.
Green Campus is a visual-architectural-environmental real-estate project for open art, entrepreneurship and innovation university joining participants and coordinators of workshops/incubators in green-high-tech physical campus, combining natural and high technology environments. The objective is to develop projects that go from a workshop to an incubator and then to a post-incubator/sector market. The campus consists of a dense green area (natural and artificial trees, vegetation and flowers), with a wire/wireless Broadband Internet Network and 24 hours global functioning:
1) The green area consists of rustic bungalows (prefabricated modern modules covered of wood/bamboo and vegetation) and work/resting free areas (stream, cascade and lagoon):
a) Workshop-bungalow: round table for entrepreneur and coordinator.
b) Incubator-bungalow: enterprise boxes for new entrepreneurships.
c) Enterprise-bungalow: graduated enterprises and external enterprises.
d) Store-bungalow: incubated, graduated and external enterprise stores.
e) Residence-bungalow: residences for visitors, entrepreneur and coordinators.
2) The high-tech area consists of five modular glass towers, with suspended gardens, external glass elevators and a shopping center at the base: North tower (blue/aqua-marine), south tower (green/emerald), West tower (purple/amethist), east tower (yellow/topaz) and the taller central tower (white/diamond) connected at the top by a laser/ light beam, forming a pyramid over the campus:
a) Workshop-room: round table for entrepreneurs and coordinators.
b) Incubator-room: enterprise boxes for new entrepreneurships.
c) Enterprise-room: graduated and external enterprises.
d) Store-room: incubated, graduated and external enterprise stores.
e) Residence-room: residences for visitors, entrepreneurs and coordinators.
20 SB1 and 240 SB3
20 SB1 and 240 SB3
40 SB1 and 480 SB3
120 SB1 + 512 SB2 + 1440 SB3
1952 residential-commercial units
Globocean Global Green Cities are anchored by Global Incubator University central and four cardinal point towers that can expand horizontally-vertically in cross pyramid format to 1-100 km into space, funded by solar-wind-wave energy and housing expansion