Oceanix City, or even the world’s first renewable city, would basically be groups of platforms – anchored to the seabed – that each could house around 300 individuals , effectively creating a community for 10,000 inhabitants. Cages under town may harvest kelp, scallops, or other forms of fish. Oceanix’s chief executive, marc Collins Chen, said the tech to construct floating infrastructure or home already exists.
Floating communities aren’t just for libertarian billionaires searching for areas to do things that they may not otherwise get off with. There is A UN partnership currently looking into if they are part of a sustainable development plan, for when the floods do not go away and roll over the lowlands.
Waiting for Sea City 2000, the floating pyramid I was promised from the books in the 1980s.