Downtown Miami’s Car-Free 31-Story Yotelpad Tower Begins Vertical Construction

Yotelpad is now going vertical.

The 31-story downtown Miami hotel and condo tower has commenced its vertical ascent, photos from last week show.

No parking garage is being built at Yotelpad, making the tower much cheaper and faster to build.

Other residential towers nearby in downtown Miami such as Centro, and Lofts 1 & 2, were built without parking and sold fast. Yotelpad sold fastest of all, reaching 95% sold in a matter of months.

Completion is scheduled for 2021

 

(photos: phillip pessar)

 

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ejs
2 years ago

LOL! No parking but designed to look like it has an unsightly podium…hilarious.

POLO
2 years ago

Yeah, kind of stupid design!

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s in keeping with the new “Miami Style.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

it is not stylish at all!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I know, I went like what is that podium???

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s still an improvement over the shifty prison widows in the older renderings, and might look nice depending on the quality of the brickwork.

Anonymous
2 years ago

i’m happy to see that these projects are finally becoming a reality. Miami will probably be the hottest city in the us in the next decade

Anonymous
2 years ago

IT already is

Anonymous
2 years ago

only if the temperatures keep rising.

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOVE IT

Anonymous
2 years ago

no car parking = Airbnb building

Anonymous
2 years ago

No parking garage=Sensible develpment

Anonymous
2 years ago

car free tower = hotel

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah to keep feeding the scam that’s valet. When I go to a place that’s forced valet I don’t tip.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I take no exception to this building.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice. Hopefully, more developers can build car free towers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Amazing Case Study: No Car Parking, plus thoughtfully designed small units = attainable pricing down = > one year to 95% sell out. Sounds like a great business model. I look forward to the day where car-free designed buildings are the norm and not the exception.

Anonymous
2 years ago

not true at all. Yotelpad has no rental requirements meaning the unit owner can rent it out like a hotel room. Muze at met downtown is a long term rental building (12mon) with only valet parking and it’s struggling to find tenants.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They are also directly across from the Aston Martin construction site and next to arguably the most congested intersection in downtown miami. Many spots I would point my clients to other than that building, with or without parking.

Anonymous
2 years ago

5 blocks do not make that much of a difference.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah but right next to Whole Foods which is a great plus.

Gucc
2 years ago

Loft 1 was sold literally in 2 days. (At list that’s what I read)

Anonymous
2 years ago

I was wondering what was going to be built next to my current building since i live next door. The rendering looks very nice. It looks like it will be half hotel, half residential. By the way the construction crew does a very good job of cleaning up around the area and their traffic crew are doing a good job helping the traffic. I thought traffic would be worse. I’ve seen some bad projects in the past. Cheers to all.

Laz
2 years ago

no parking lol; they obviously dont want people that work.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Lol, it’s been a while. Laz the no parking troll

Laz
2 years ago

no im the For Parking troll.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stop saying vertical construction. It’s either simply construction or going vertical. Is there a horizontal construction that I am not aware of?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Will the metromover have a path under it?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Do you even visit downtown let alone ride the Metro Mover ? It runs along side the site.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Literally a picture of it moving along the side of the building…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Photos were taken from Metromover

Anonymous
2 years ago

the photos (by the prolific Phillip Pessar) attached in this story are literally taken from the Mover stop and/or train. 😉