Yotelpad Among Miami’s Fastest Selling Projects Ever At 90% Sold, Releases New Interior Renderings

Yotelpad has released new interior renderings for the first time, and developers say the project is now approaching sellout.

Over 90 percent of units have been sold, making it one of Miami’s fastest selling projects ever, according to Aria Development Group and broker OneWorld Properties.

Sales of the 231 residential units launched in April 2018. There are also 222 hotel rooms planned.

New renderings show an interior design concept for the skytop lounge social space featuring a game area and chef’s kitchen. It is also first time the new branded Yotel colors for the Pad concept in Miami has been released.

Yotelpad Miami is scheduled to open in 2021, with construction already underway.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

WE. WANT. MORE. PROJECTS. LIKE. THIS. DOWNTOWN.

WHERE YOU AT MANA??

Anonymous
1 year ago

” WHERE YOU AT MANA?? ”

I was driving through Flagler street and he is still in that street corner pointing up at the sky. Rain pouring down and I think some birds made a nest on his shoulders as well.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Lol.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s hard to distinguish him from one of the yard Gnomes.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Is that a rhetorical question, or do some people still seriously believe Mana will build anything?

Anonymous
1 year ago

The only reason this sold out so fast is cause they allow short term rentals which are basically run like a hotel. A regular condo would not sell out this fast.

Anonymous
1 year ago

pretty amazing that developers who build what the market is looking for are more successful than those who don’t. what a concept!

Anonymous
1 year ago

As an example, who are the developers that are not building for the market?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Thank You!! Everyone else has failed to point that out. 80% of the “residential units” will be listed on Airbnb.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Would be nice if developers took notice that quasi affordable projects are in demand instead of waiting for the next cycle to build their luxury foreign money parking garages

Anonymous
1 year ago

Do away with parking requirements. Why should the city/state dictate that? If I”m a developer and want to take a gamble on building something without parking why should the city intervene? It’s obvious lobbyists and car and tire companies have a hold on it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

If they did that and you were fresh in this town, you would be one of the people hollering about not being able to find or having a parking space.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I don’t own a car for your information. Don’t want to one either.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Oh, so everybody should be like you and not own or want a car either?

Prometheus
1 year ago

No. But why should I be required to build parking to accommodate them?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Totally Agree. Since our Government keep building highways and refuses to invest in a mass reliable transportation system, then it should also be their obligation to facilitate parking.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Sounds like socialism to me.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Are you the builder? Nah…I think you’re just a troll.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Don’t worry. One day you’ll be old enough to drive and own one. In the mean time, enjoy your bike.

Anonymous
1 year ago

He probably just rents one of those electric scooters.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Centro

Anonymous
1 year ago

Is ugly.

Anonymous
1 year ago

So is my car.. but once a female enters my crib, she’s greeted by a 75in screen TV.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Same but they’re greeted with a mid century interior that drops their jaw

Anonymous
1 year ago

Overcompensating compensating for your tiny little…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Would you like to see if you can choke on it?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Until there is an adequate, realistic and workable plan for transit in this banana republic, then parking requirements need to stand. Do you really want to live in Houston?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Houston is an example of a city with affordable housing.

Anonymous
1 year ago

and good barbecue…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Houston metro has a quarter of the density of ours. Land costs are a big part of the affordability issue.

Anonymous
1 year ago

First part of your statement was spot on.
As for the Tire Company lobbyists…you don’t see them in city hall.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Good that it sol out fast. Hopefully, this will help to convince developers they don’t need to build ultra luxury condos in downtown to be successful.

Anonymous
1 year ago

See? The market does no require parking garages. Although based upon the renderings it might require bases that mimic them, wtf?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Feel sorry for the buyers…the ROI is equal as having the money in the bank. Units start at 300 plus. And they DO NOT go up, simple because prices are inflated so commissions for brokers are paid.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Money in the bank (and away from the hands of Maduro/Kirchner/etc…) is all most of these “buyers” are looking for

Anonymous
1 year ago

Great
Maduro, Kirchner and Ortega:
Keep on sending the $

Anonymous
1 year ago

But please, since you are not going to use them, don’t demand parking

Anonymous
1 year ago

is there ground floor retail?