So these are all going to be 72kW urban chargers? That’s too bad. 120kW superchargers are preferred for a road trip stop. This is perfectly placed for my trips from MD to New England, and this has much preferred eateries compared to Tarrytown.
Ok, I was there last week to check and spoke to the guard and corporate office after. Both said work is done, delay due to contractual payment of electricity. Looks like Ridgehill wants more denaro for the chargers to be live!
These are "Urban Superchargers".I am charging there right now. The nav said "10 of 18 stalls available" but when I got there, all 18 were open. I hooked up to one of the ones closer to the door and am charging at 40kW.
I don't know if the stalls are limited to 40kW current or if this is just because I came in at about 70% charge. 40kW is a pretty nice neat number though so my guess is it's a "reduced service" limit.
Also don't know whether the chargers further down the row are working. There's no sign indicating either way.
I am charging there right now. The nav said "10 of 18 stalls available" but when I got there, all 18 were open. I hooked up to one of the ones closer to the door and am charging at 40kW.
Be aware: the Whole Foods can't validate your parking for this lot. It's $4 for the first hour - don't know what it is after that.
Should have taken my kid to the Guitar Center, jammed a bit and bought a magazine or a cord or something. I think they validate parking in the Archer lot. Apple Store might be another good bet.
Thanks for the info, but for me at this time, everyone is closed anyway and I'm happy to pay 4$ as I showed up with 4 miles
I wonder if this charger will be accessible late nights. I'm not sure whether the Ridge Hill parking lots are 24-hour - the adjacent apartment building has its own lot, I think.