Looking for a place where you can pay robots to stand guard over your million-dollar Ferrari in its very own climate-controlled apartment? Look no further than RoboVault.
The state-of-the-art 150,000-square-foot facility is like a safety deposit box where super-rich collectors store their most-prized possessions. It's packed with supercars, rare wines and art work worth millions.
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Susan McGregor is RoboVault's president. Her list of wealthy clients is top secret, but it does include names you would recognize.
"We don't reveal the names of our clients," she said. "In some cases, we'll sign nondisclosure agreements."
From professional athletes to celebrities, Miami's ultra-rich are drawn to the megavault looking for privacy and security. In addition to the fingerprint scanners, computer-programmed keys and 150 security cameras, the facility is also strong enough to withstand a Category 5 hurricane.
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