McHenry Row Opens Tesla Supercharger Station

| December 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

McHenry Row in Locust Point recently opened a new Tesla Supercharger station with eight separate Superchargers in its garage across from Harris Teeter.

“The Tesla charging site represents another unique amenity within the McHenry Row environment and it is extremely accessible with our location directly off Interstate 95,” said Mark Sapperstein of 28 Walker Development, which owns and operates McHenry Row, in a press release. “Tesla owners will have access to Harris Teeter to shop for groceries, as well as a diverse array of shops and sit-down and fast-casual restaurants while their cars are charging.”

Supercharging in Maryland costs $0.23 per kWh.

Supercharging takes an average of 30 to 45 minutes to top off the battery of a Tesla. The company has installed more than 11,000 Superchargers around the world.

McHenry Row is a 20-acre, mixed-use development with retail and multiple office and apartment buildings. A new office building and hotel are currently under construction at the development.

McHenry Row will also welcome new restaurants Clean Juice and The Urban Oyster early next year.

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