I'm creating a new thread since the old one was about speculation, and there will also likely be more than one San Diego Supercharger running in 2015. This thread is about the new Supercharger being built in the parking lot of 10105 Pacific Heights Blvd. in San Diego, near Qualcomm buildings AQ and AV. It is going to be a 12 bay Supercharger. As of this posting, I do not have 100% conclusive proof that this is a Supercharger, but will reach out to Tesla to confirm. But the photos presented here are a lot of evidence. Here's an overview of the site: And here's a closeup of the 12 conduits sticking out of the ground for the 12 stalls. There are also four smaller conduits presumably for lighting. Closeup of the stalls. It looks like they are going to completely revamp the parking area - reconfigure where the curbs are and everything. The gray stuff is a hard slurry, not the final concrete. Closeup of the conduit that runs from the 12 stalls to an area where they will put the Supercharging cabinets. This large 4" conduit runs to a steel plated area in the middle of the parking lot road which is likely where the 12 kV primary line runs. They are probably going to intercept the high voltage line there and bring a tap through this conduit to the transformer location. Here you can see the 4" conduit on the bottom left going to where I think the high voltage tap is, and then you can see a trench (no conduit yet) going to where the Supercharger cabinets are going to go. So the intersection of these trenches is likely where the transformer will go. Closeup of the steel plated area where the high voltage tap is likely to be. - - - Updated - - - Kitty corner from this location is a small mall with no less than six eating spots including a taco shop, a deli and a few restaurants. Only one is open on Sundays, most of them are M-F only. This area is very congested during rush hour, but empty on the weekends. The freeway interchange is being expanded and that should help access a bit. Driving TO the supercharger during rush hour won't be hard, but getting out onto the freeway will take some patience.