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“Coming Soon” Miami – “Wynwood” Supercharger is operational in the Design District (Public)

July 01, 2018 2:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The newly opened Museum Garage in the Miami Design District houses a 14-stall Supercharger Station that is now operational 

Please scroll down to the bottom of the article for current updates.

One of the members of the Tesla Motors Club forum noticed that the Tesla website shows the “Coming Soon” formerly named “Wynwood Supercharger is up and running about a mile away from Wynwood in the Design District.

The Supercharger Station is located in the newly opened Museum Garage, located at 90 NE 41st Street, Miami, FL 33137. It appears to be a 14-stall station, but there is some uncertainty regarding the capacity of each terminal. The Tesla Find Us map states that the terminals are up to 120 kW, but the car’s navigation system currently states that they are up to 73 kW. The last new Miami area Superchargers located in parking garages were all Urban Style Superchargers and I am guessing that this new station may also be Urban Style.

Here's a vicinity map:

A recent local new article mentions that parking costs $3 for up to four hours. So we will need to find out whether there is any parking ticket validation process to reduce the parking fees at the Supercharger.

Update as of June 30, 2018.

I received the following  very helpful information from a local club member:

The Museum Garage fee for the the first four hours is a reasonable $3, then $6 up to 6 hours and then it hikes to $25 maximum or for lost ticket.  

The Institute of Contemporary Art museum is across the street from the garage.  It does not offer validation, but entrance is free of charge.  The attendant said that perhaps in the future. there may be validation.  

The garage route is to drive one way up (to the 7th level) and then drive one way down another section of the garage to the exit.  In my estimation I thought there were two very tight turns.  One is close to the entrance and then one is close to the exit, an unusual stricture in such a large and spacious garage.  Be careful in these two spots.

On the way up and on the incline, approaching the 3rd level are five ChargePoint stations. 

At this 3rd level on the flat section there are eight Tesla Supercharger terminals. 

Continue up to the 5th level and there are six Tesla Supercharger terminals. 

As you can see from the photos, both these areas have Urban Style Tesla charging terminals, as we suspected.  (We'll let Tesla know that their Find Us webpage is incorrect.)

Then on the way down, again at a 3rd level, there are six Tesla wall chargers.

Larry Chanin
President, Florida Tesla Enthusiasts

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