New Tesla Service Center planned for Kissimmee

The second Tesla Service Center in Central Florida is nearing construction on its new location in Kissimmee.

Located at 2935 N Orange Blossom Trail, construction on the new 57,858 square-foot facility is slated to begin in May, according to construction records. Bids are currently being accepted from various companies to tackle the project.

The project is estimated to cost $12 million and will occupy a space of land just south of W Osceola Parkway in Osceola County.

The center will join only eleven others across the state of Florida, including the only other Orlando-area location in Eatonville. In total, Tesla currently operates over 140 service center in North America.

An architectural rendering has not yet been released publicly and no firm timeline has been established for construction. For more information and updates in the coming weeks, visit

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