Yotelpad Reaches 95 Percent Sold, Tower Crane Installed & GC Named

Yotelpad has become one of the fastest selling project ever in downtown Miami, and the 31-story tower will soon begin vertical construction.

Beauchamp Construction has been named as the project’s General Contractor, Yotel’s developers announced yesterday. A tower crane was also installed this week in preparation for vertical construction.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work on an incredibly innovative project such as Yotelpad Miami,” said Dean Thomas, President of Beauchamp Construction. “The Yotel brand is recognized on a global scale. Our firm understands the level of luxury and design that comes with a project of this caliber.”

Over 95 percent of the project’s 231 condo units have now been sold, developers say. Prices start in the $300,000 range, with units sizes ranging from  417-square-foot studios to 708-square-foot two-bedrooms. The condo units are called “pads” and will be located on levels  15-30 of the building.

The lower floors of the building will include 222 hotel rooms. No parking is being built.

Miami’s Aria Development Group and Aqarat of Kuwait are the developers. Stantec is the lead architect.

Completion is scheduled for 2021.

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Anonymous
1 year ago

My favorite project. No parking but the base still looks like a parking garage. ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

yeah why did they build a pedestal. smh. smaller apartments, 2 bedroom 700 sq ft.

Anonymous
1 year ago

A nice parking garage, like a Brooklyn brownstone, to say the least.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Great infill for the area, I wish MDC develops their surface lot next to this development which was suppose to be Loft 3 or sells it.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Most progressive project being built in Miami with no parking and the most successful.

marc
1 year ago

What’s with the prison pedestal? TGK looks more interesting than this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

It literally DID look like a correctional facility by old renderings with cheap and ugly irregular windows.

Anonymous
1 year ago

They should build garages with rent-a-cars equal to about 25% of number of apartments. That’s probably the future trend.

Anonymous
1 year ago

No parking for the select few who care to live in Miami without a car makes sense.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You can live in Miami without a car. When I lived in Brickell I used my car maybe once a month, if that. I always walked, took metro mover, Metro rail or Ubered. That is the future. I hope to never have to buy another car ever again. Looking forward to the future of autonomous vehicle service. I currently live in Atlanta and I live where I work… Again, I barely ever use my car and I LOVE IT! And if you live in Brickell or Downtown it is much easier to live without a car there then it is to live without a car in Atlanta.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Good luck fleeing from a hurricane without a car.

Anonymous
1 year ago

these are Airbnb condos no permit residents will be living here.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Exactly.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Was there an old basketball court there before? Always reminded me of NYC.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Okay okay, another “box” building… happy now gripers?