Idaho is great and all but is it possible that it could be improved? Is it possible that Idaho could be... "perfect"?

A Utopoia in the Making...

Believe it or not, there is someone who has that exact vision for Idaho. The man behind this vision is none other than Walmart executive, Marc Lore.

Lore has been vocal about building the perfect city and he has his sights set on Idaho.

According to USA Today, Lore has a plan to build a "$400 billion metropolis" that he calls Telosa. He is targeting a population of around 5 million with the first phase kicking off with 50,000 residents over 1,500 acres according to the city's official site.

The target is to begin construction in 2030.

Where would this utopia be?

According to the official website for the city of Telosa, potential locations include not only Idaho but also:

  • Nevada
  • Utah
  • Arizona
  • Texas
  • Appalachian Region

They have a link to sign up for updates on their site so if you're excited about the idea of Telosa, you'll be the first to know when it's time to move in in the year 2030.

Let's take a deeper look at the purpose of Telosa and what it would look like...

Insanely Rich Walmart Exec Wants To Build Utopia in Idaho by 2030

Walmart Executive Vice President Marc Lore has a net worth that's estimated to be around $237 million... and he wants to build a utopia in Idaho by 2023.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

A city as beautiful as that is cool and all but... they have their own Monopoly board? Not yet but maybe someday. We'll have a better idea when 2030 rolls around. However, Boise is set to get its own Monopoly board in October of 2023. Let's take a look at what the board could potentially look like...

The City of Boise Welcomes Its Very Own Monopoly Board

Officials gathered at The Grove Plaza to announce the arrival of Monopoly: Boise Edition which will be available in October of this year.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

Not bad for a booming city like Boise... but what about the smallest city in Idaho? This town would never get a Monopoly board. But maybe it's the perfect site for the city of Telosa? Let's take a look at the smallest city in Idaho that has only 4 residents...

It's Not A

Idaho is also home to the smallest city in America regarding actual land. Keep reading to see where it lands in population.

Gallery Credit: Marco

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