Yes, per the title of the post. It's also shown in eVgo's map, as coming soon.
What you saw will probably be a single CHAdeMO station, a service kiosk with a 120V outlet on the side and a Chargepoint J1772 station. Where in the parking structure is it?
Ground floor, as you are just entering the structure, on the right. Two identical-looking tall units, one of which was fully assembled, but dark, and with the charger "nozzle" encased in a styrofoam block. The other was missing its front-panel, and its nozzle was, now that you mention it, probably a J1772--but it was also eVgo branded. The two were identical as far as branding and form-factor, but could house different guts, I reckon. I was so excited, I called the number to see how I could get a charge (I've yet to have a DC charge!), only to realize mid-call I was looking at an unfinished unit.
A little too close to Encinitas to be useful for us, except in those situations where we might get home low on charge and need to head south for a longer drive.
I'm thinking it might make trips downtown a bit easier--go down, come back to Del Mar and quick charge before going home. The one at that Carlsbad Outlets could work going the other way, for folks a bit further south than us, but they're too close to our home to be effective.
I'm impressed at how many eVgo stations are popping up, that's the 4th confirmed site in San Diego County now. I see why Blink and others were upset at them having to spend all that money to get sites installed.
I just wish they had a simple pay-per-charge model.
In other news, across the street from my work three new GE Wattstations went in. The building owners (who also own our office complex) sent out a memo to all tenants letting us know that we could charge, for only $3.50/hr. Gaak!