According to The Columbian, Tesla may be planning to open up a service center in Vancouver, in Washington State.
An application was sent to the city earlier this month and details a nearly 32,500 square-foot building on a 3.1-acre piece of land at 6916 and 6924 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
The document details the building use of “sale, service, maintenance, charging, repair, delivery and storage of new and pre-owned electric automobiles, energy products, and related parts and accessories,” but does not explicitly state or name Tesla. However, concept images of the building concept show cars that appear to be Teslas parked out front.
The proposal says there will be 156 new parking spaces and 25 charging stalls.
Tesla currently has two Superchargers in Clark County, located at Vancouver Mall and the Salmon Creek Fred Meyer.
A pre-application conference is scheduled for 9 am on Thursday, April 15, 2021.
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