Tesla To Miami Worldcenter? Developer Amends Bylaws To Allow Electric Car Dealers

An electric car dealer could be among the first retailers announced at Miami Worldcenter after the developer filed paperwork to allow it.

Previously, all auto related establishments were banned at Worldcenter.

Under the newly amended bylaws, auto-related commercial establishments are permitted.

The amendment appears to have been done especially to enable electric car dealers. It goes on to say that electric vehicle sales, leasing, display, delivery, charging, maintenance and repair is explicitly permitted.

Miami Worldcenter has 150,000 square feet of retail space already completed, with another 130,000 square feet currently under construction and nearing delivery.

Tenants have not yet been announced.

 

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Anonymous
5 months ago

Please, I hope to see El Palacio de los Jugos

Anonymous
5 months ago

Um, you think we need more Cuban restaurants?

Anonymous
5 months ago

We need an Havana 1957 in Miami Worldcenter

Anonymous
5 months ago

yes coming from a latino

Anonymous
5 months ago

Cool. Miami Worldcenter is going to be a huge deal! Can’t wait for tenants to be announced. This is a good start!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

walgreens would be first

Anonymous
5 months ago

There is a CVS right at the entrance

Anonymous
5 months ago

I feel sorry for Marinablue, stuck with a ShitVS and Subway.

Anonymous
5 months ago

CVS is great under MarinaBlue, it just needs to have a pharmacy. Subway will go away soon! But yes, we need some fancier options under MarinaBlue…even Pucci pizza isn’t cutting it. But at least they don’t have a nail salon like 900 Biscayne😂

Anonymous
5 months ago

anbody like that place sagrado?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Especially since they are abandoning San Francisco in droves just like the tech bros.

Anonymous
5 months ago

It will be more popular and crowded than Brickell!

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’s got more potential than Brickell for sure. It’s got the water, Museum Park, the Arena, the Museums, the train station and soon the casinos. It’s definitely more Central being in between Brickell midtown, Wyndwood and the up and coming Overtown.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Still think an Apple store would be perfect for that jewelry box building

Anonymous
5 months ago

An Eataly would be better!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Equinox with a huge rooftop pool even better, just like the one in Hudson Yards

Anonymous
5 months ago

A super-fancy Tao would be my choice

Anonymous
5 months ago

No more Italian restaurants please!! Nobody wants to pay $37 for a plate of pasta.

Anonymous
5 months ago

A TimeOutMiami would be a good thing here and they should rename the one in South Beach “TimeOut Miami Beach”.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Italian is the best food in the world! I hope they put an Eataly here, plus Eataly is more of an Italian market.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Nobody wants to pay $37 dollars for a tapas an avocado slice, and diarrhea craft beer, but you would probably be the first to flock there.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Somebody is paying money for that or they wouldn’t be in business.

Anonymous
5 months ago

YOU don’t want to pay it because YOU are probably broke🤣

Anonymous
5 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
5 months ago

Everything is Italian in downtown and brickell we need more variety.

POLO
5 months ago

Good, electric cars are the future, and their is no stopping it!

California
5 months ago

…and we don’t even have enough electricity to run our ACs below 78 degrees.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Can’t wait for Sedanos!

Anonymous
5 months ago

bring some decent architecture to the area, like it was meant to be.

Anonymous
5 months ago

This is where I’ll buy my Tesla

NYC Loves Miami
5 months ago

Lucid Motors?

anon
5 months ago

It’s a Lucid dealership

Anonymous
5 months ago

this goes to show that rules are meant to be broken….

Anonymous
5 months ago

Rules were meant to be amended.

Anonymous
5 months ago

More like recognizing a shortcoming. Tesla dealers are a lot different than other car dealers. It’s basically like how upscale automakers used to have showrooms on Lincoln Road in its heyday.

Anonymous
5 months ago

You’re right. For one, electric cars don’t leak oil and contaminate the ground like ones with gas or diesel engines.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Just the batteries dispose.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I would much rather have a Lucid dealer

American Worker
5 months ago

Good luck to them, I hope they do well. More sales tax revenue