Tesla is about to open a brand new flagship store and repair center in Franklin, Tennessee, sometime in mid-2023, in keeping with a press release (via the Nashville Business Journal).
The corporate will occupy a 57,447-square-foot constructing situated on 7 acres at 300 Shingle Way, Franklin, in Williamson Country, TN. Per property deeds, the positioning is owned by TriOut Advisory Group, a Florida-based real estate company that purchased it in 2019.
“Having a partner like Tesla perfectly aligns with our values to bring premier clients to our properties while preserving the local environment with our acquisitions,” said TriOut Advisory Group principal Mike Outlaw within the news release.
Tesla goes to show the constructing right into a full-fledged showroom and repair center, complete with Superchargers. The electrical vehicle (EV) maker will neighbor vehicle dealerships for veteran automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Infiniti, Hyundai and more in Cool Springs.
Tesla already has a location in Brentwood at 1641 Westgate Circle, together with a service center in Knoxville. The corporate has not said if the Franklin location will expand its presence in Tennessee or replace certainly one of its existing locations within the state.
A storefront of this size can cost a fairly penny, considering a report from last month indicated that Tesla will spend tens of millions on a 60,000-square-foot showroom and repair center in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.