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YotelPad Miami in downtown Miami just released renderings. Aria Development is working with the Kuwaiti real estate company AQARAT to build the 31-story tower planned for 227 Northeast Second Street.
After gaining a reputation for its affordable and chic collection of hotels across the United States, the YOTEL brand is extending its values to the residential market. The YOTELPAD brand is a new residential offering under the YOTEL umbrella, and its first East Coast location will soon be making waves in Downtown Miami.
Aria Development Group and AQUARAT launched YOTELPAD Miami with an exclusive dinner highlighting the brand arriving in Miami as the first on the East Coast.
Would you plunk down $300,000 for a studio that measures 350 square feet - about the size of two surface parking lot spaces - to live in the heart of Miami Beach? If the idea seems preposterous, micro-units are not for you.
On Tuesday night, April 10th, Aria Development Group and AQARAT hosted a special, intimate dinner for top brokers at the newly opened sales center for YOTELPAD Miami.
Even realty novices know investing head over heart is the way to go, but David Arditi has found a way to work both knowledge and kindness into his company's real estate deals—down to even the smallest residences.
Aria Development Group and Kuwaiti company AQARAT are going residential with their Yotel development in downtown Miami. Tthe joint venture is unveiling YotelPad, a residential Yotel-branded project.
Yotel, the British chain of airport and city hotels known for small, affordable rooms decked out with high-tech, luxury features, is getting into the condo-hotel business - and launching one of its new hybrids in Miami.
Yotel, a brand known for its cool micro hotels, is getting into residential units. The new concept is called YotelPad, and YotelPad Miami will be the first location to debut on the East Coast.
A brand known for its micro hotels is arriving in downtown Miami with a new product called YotelPad - their first on the East coast.
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