Intro to Miami Condos with Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Intro to Miami Condos with Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Mar 07, 2019 March 07, 2019

Photo credit: Porsche


There’re tons of savvy people who wish to go green by switching to electric vehicles, but not having an EV charging station closer home can really put a dent in plans. But, all that’s ready to change! Last year’s amendment to Florida’s Condominium Act really opened up a lot of doors for such eco-friendly vehicles in Miami. The new law, which came into effect on July 1, 2018, gives unit owners the right to install and use an electric vehicle charging station within their condominium building.

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New Condo Law Regarding Installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

According to this new amendment, condo owners can now go ahead and install a charging station for electric vehicles in the designated parking area of their building (i.e. their assigned parking space). But, those opting to install such EV charging stations would have to do so at their own cost, while staying in compliance with all safety and building codes and have a separate meter for billing. Still, this new law is not just about empowering condo owners, it actually seeks to attract the attention of all progressive-minded condo association boards to embrace the technology and go green. This means that every condo building in Miami can get eco-friendlier and help reduce the carbon footprint that results from fuel emission. Read more about this amendment here.

While there’s still time for this new law to have a widespread impact, we’ve put together a list of condo buildings in Miami that already have charging stations for electric vehicles and are ready to welcome environmentally-conscious folks right now. This is by no means a complete list, because as we mentioned all condo owners now have the right to install EV car charging stations. But at least you know which buildings as of today already have experience with the process.

Condos Already with Charging Stations for Electric Cars

BulidingAddressCityNeighborhoodZip Code
360 Condo7900 Harbor Island DrNorth Bay VillageNorth Bay Village33141
Bristol Tower2127 Brickell AveMiamiBrickell33129
CITE Condo2000 N BAYSHORE DRMiamiEdgewater33137
Costa Brava11 Island AveMiami BeachVenetian Islands33139
Crimson601 NE 27 StMiamiEdgewater33137
Echo Aventura3300 NE 188th StAventuraAventura33180
Echo Brickell1451 Brickell AveMiamiBrickell33131
Harborside at the Waterways3640 Yacht Club DrAventuraAventura33180
Jade Residences1331 Brickell Bay DrMiamiBrickell33131
Jade Signature16901 Collins AveSunny Isles BeachSunny Isles Beach33160
Le Parc at Brickell1600 SW 1st AvenueMiamiBrickell33129
Mystic Pointe3600 Mystic Pointe DrAventuraAventura33180
Ocean Park301 Ocean DrMiami BeachSouth Beach33139
Palazzo Del Sol7001-7095 Fisher Island DrFisher IslandFisher Island33109
Paramount Bay2020 N Bayshore DrMiamiEdgewater33137
Parc Central East3300 NE 192nd StAventuraAventura33180
Pearl House1170 101 StreetBay Harbor IslandsBay Harbor Islands33154
Platinum480 NE 30th StMiamiEdgewater33137
Prive5000-5500 Island Estates DriveAventuraAventura33160
Puerta de Palmas888 S Douglas RdCoral GablesCoral Gables33134
South Tower at the Point21055 Yacht Club DrAventuraAventura33180
Terra Beachside6000 Collins AveMiami BeachMid-Beach33140
The Ambassadors Condo227 Michigan AveMiami BeachSouth Beach33139
The Georgian1623 Collins AveMiami BeachSouth Beach33139
The Waverly1330 West AveMiami BeachSouth Beach33139
Trump Tower II15901 Collins AveSunny Isles BeachSunny Isles Beach33160
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