Warren Henry Auto Group says its new 800,000-square-foot North Miami headquarters, which is home to Jaguar, Land Rover, Infiniti and Koenigsegg, includes the nation's largest electric vehicle charging facility.
The site is projected to be the largest Land Rover and Jaguar store in the entire nation, said Warren Henry Auto Group president and chief executive officer Warren Zinn.
The company said the site also includes what it says is South Florida's largest frameless hurricane-resistant storefront glass panel.
It also features 82 service bays in an air-conditioned service shop and on-site detailing.
In addition, the site offers “endless event space capabilities, among other services and amenities,” according to the company.
The company said that with the relocation to North Miami, it is closer to its customer base, with sufficient parking for more than 2,000 vehicles.
The company recently hosted an auto technician job fair to recruit nearly 50 technicians specifically for the headquarters.
Available for private events, the location offers adaptable space. That includes the headquarters’ rooftop that provides 360-degree views of North Miami.
Located within the $4 billion SoLe Mia development, the facility features more than 200,000 square feet of office space, about 500,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space, residences, a 37-acre public park, and swimmable lagoons and beaches.
The company says Warren Henry Auto Group is an anchor of this major development.
Since its inception in 1976, the Miami-based automotive retailer has grown to 13 franchise locations in Central Florida, Broward County, Monroe County, and North and South Dade County.
“This is the beginning of a revolution for our company,” Zinn said in a news release.
He added, “The growth of our company over the last four decades has been immense, and the new headquarters are a testament to what the future holds.”