Yotelpad residents can use a Techi Butler’s, well face, to enter information and tasks, and acknowledge receipt of deliveries. The downtown Miami location will have three robots roaming its hallways. When it opens, YotelpadMiami will have 231 residential units on floors 15-30, while the hotel will have 222 rooms. There will be an array of open work spaces, a pool, multiple social spaces, fitness center, bar, restaurant, and secure entrances and lobby for condo owners.
The firm (Stantec) has designed numerous prominent projects throughout Florida, including Solitair Brickell; Luma at Miami Worldcenter; YOTELPAD in Downtown Miami; Yard 8 in Midtown Miami; 17 West in Miami Beach; Avalon Doral; and Park-Line in Miami and West Palm Beach.
After officially breaking ground back in February, site prep work at YOTELPAD Miami has now begun in earnest. With heavy machinery on-site, it will not be long now before excavation gets underway in preparation for the rise of Aria Development Group's 31-storey, mixed-use, hotel-condo high-rise in downtown Miami. 
OneWorld Properties, the exclusive development sales team, launched the project sales in June 2018 and has become one of the fastest selling projects in the state, with 80% sales in less than 9 months, and Mexicans are their main buyer with 28%. "The attractive short-term rental options of YOTELPAD Miami, without any restrictions, and its retroactive lease program, offer the opportunity to obtain a return on your investment," says Peggy Fucci, CEO of OneWorld Properties. "By offering units of efficient size, the minimalist product is increasingly popular with buyers seeking affordable prices and Latin American buyers facing the economic crisis in their country."
YotelPad will open in 2021 only steps from MiamiCentral. The transit-friendly tower offers a modern take on hyper-urban living, with 231 residences (a mix of studios, one- and two-bedrooms, starting at $300,000 and rising to $495,000). Besides its train-adjacent location, YotelPad’s other claim to fame is a team of R2-D2-like robots, who take orders and deliver room service to condo residents.
A look at the luxe residential development YOTELPAD Miami speaks to this demand for high-tech homes. The property’s residents enjoy full-time robot butlers—tech-enabled helpers that can bring food and drinks, speak different languages, play music or even just engage in conversation. They also self-navigate and can carry up to 77 pounds each.
YotelPad is an international brand located in Downtown Miami, within walking distance of Miami's best restaurants, famous shopping and malls, such as the new Brickell City Center, and other entertainment venues. YotelPad is a unique design that includes modernity, luxury and comfort. Studio apartments T1 and T2 that can be rented by season, with no time restriction in the area that is most valued in Miami!
Brokers for Yotelpad announced yesterday in a press release that they have broken the sales record for a downtown Miami, becoming the fastest selling project ever. OneWorld Properties, which is leading sales, says that 75 percent of units have now been sold. The project will include 231 residential units and 222 hotel rooms, meaning over 170 condos have been sold. The milestone was achieved in under nine months, with sales first getting underway in June 2018.
The development group building YotelPad Miami closed on a construction loan from Bank OZK for the downtown Miami project. Aria Development Group and AQARAT received a $76.25 million loan from the bank, previously known as Bank of the Ozarks, property records show. The project, at 227 Northeast Second Street, will be a 31-story tower with 231 condos and 222 Yotel “cabins,” or small hotel rooms.
The lender is an Arkansas-based bank.
By offering efficient-sized units, the minimalist product is increasingly popular among buyers seeking affordable prices
“We are thrilled to render our unique integrated services at Miami’s first YOTEL brand,” said Adriana Jaegerman, senior principal in Stantec’s Miami office. “The building’s modern, stylish architecture and sophisticated interiors will make a bold design statement in Downtown Miami.”
This is the first building to sell more than 50 percent of the project in one semester, "at a rate of 18 units per month, setting a record in the US real estate market"
Yotel, known for its “affordable luxury hotels” in New York, Singapore, Boston and San Francisco broke ground on a new mixed-use residential building in downtown Miami. The high-rise’s bottom floors will be made up by hotel rooms and the top floors of the building will be condos. Referred to as “Pads” by Yotel, these condos will be built with apps like Airbnb in mind, as there are “zero rental restrictions” on the Pads, freeing owners to rent out spaces to temporary guests.
The 327,400 square-foot mixed-used asset will include 231 condos and 222 guestrooms. Aria Development Group and Aqarat expect the project to be completed in 2021.
When it opens, YOTELPAD Mammoth will be the third YOTEL property of its kind in the U.S. with YOTELPAD Miami opening in early 2021 and Park City opening in 2020.
YOTELPAD Miami broke ground in Downtown Miami, becoming the first YOTELPAD to open on the east coast of the U.S. The project, developed by Aria Development Group and venture partner AQARAT, is slated for completion in early 2021. The event opened with a moving speech from David Arditi, principal of Aria Development Group followed by Timothy Gordon and Joshua Benaim of Aria Development Group and Peggy Olin of OneWorld Properties.
YOTEL, the successful brand known for its cleverly designed affordable luxury hotels in New York, Singapore, Boston and San Francisco, makes its mark in the residential scene with the groundbreaking of its first two luxury condo PAD projects in the U.S. – YOTELPAD Miami and YOTELPAD Park City. With the groundbreaking of these two projects, YOTEL is making the dream of owning a vacation property in top destination cities more attainable.
This is the first development to sell more than 50 percent of the project in six months.
“The building’s architecture consists of two distinct elements separated by a lush amenity deck on the 12th floor,” says Jennifer Llop-Noy, project manager with Stantec’s Miami office. “The bottom portion of the building features a simple, yet elegant geometric design for the hotel, while the top half of the structure boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies rising above the deck for the residences giving the overall composition a more dynamic look.”
YotelPAD Miami, a 31-story hotel/condo project, is currently under construction in Miami’s downtown urban core at 227 NE 2nd Street. Stantec is providing all-inclusive architecture, interior design, and engineering services for the project.
Aria Development Group, an investment and real estate development company based in New York and Miami, together with its partner, AQARAT, one of Kuwait's leading real estate companies, celebrates the start of the construction of Yotelpad Miami.
Aria Development Group, a New York and Miami-based real estate investment and development company, along with joint venture partner, AQARAT, one of Kuwait's leading real estate companies, has announced that YOTELPAD Miami is now 50% sold just six months after launching sales in June 2018. OneWorld Properties led by Peggy Olin is the exclusive sales and marketing team for YOTELPAD Miami. The mixed-use hotel and residential development, which will be the first YOTELPAD on the East Coast, is located in Downtown Miami and is slated for completion in early 2021. The development’s attractive short-term rental options without any restrictions and leaseback program offer owners flexibility. More than 40% of YOTELPAD Miami’s buyers are investors from Mexico and China with a substantial amount of investors also coming from Argentina, Colombia and other South American markets.
The next wave of Downtown living is here at YOTELPAD Miami.
Among the new developments benefiting from the dense populous of downtown Miami are Okan Tower, Paramount Miami World Center and YotelPad. ... When complete in early 2021, YotelPad Miami, located at 227 NE 2nd Street and developed by Aria Development Group, will feature 222 hotel rooms. Above them will be 231 residential units, ranging from 417-square-foot studios to 708-square-foot two-bedroom units.
“The building’s architecture consists of two distinct elements separated by a lush amenity deck on the 12th floor,” said Jennifer Llop-Noy, project manager with Stantec’s Miami office. “The bottom portion of the building features a simple, yet elegant geometric design for the hotel, while the top half of the structure boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies rising above the deck for the residences giving the overall composition a more dynamic look.”
Yotelpad building is now under construction in Miami, becoming the latest building to break ground without a parking garage.
The YotelPad condo and hotel project has broken ground in downtown Miami, marking the trendy hospitality brand’s first condo on the East Coast.
Located at 227 NE Second St. in Downtown Miami, residences at the 30-story project start at around $300,000 and owners are able to rent out their units short-term through Yotel’s in-house rental program, AirBnB, or any other service, or of course rent them out longer term with a traditional lease.
Aria Development Group Principal David Arditi: Robotics are becoming more common in residential and hospitality projects — just take a look at our robot butler, Lulu, at YOTELPAD Miami. We recognized how much excitement robots generated at other YOTEL projects around the world, and we thought this would be a great addition to Downtown Miami. We see these robots like we see our other technology: an innovative element that doesn’t go too far. With the ability to make deliveries and help guests and tenants, they act as an extension of the staff and are a fun, unique way for people to engage with technology.