YotelPad Miami, the combination condo and hotel tower coming to Downtown Miami under the Yotel brand, has released updated interior renderings of its 231 residential units. (The building will also have 222 traditional hotel rooms) The close-to-micro-unit condos are characterized by their compact and efficient square footages (somehow they squeeze two bedroom units into 700 square feet, for example) and for having zero rental restrictions. Short term, long term, you name it.
While condo boards across Miami and Miami Beach fight the intrusion of AirBnB into their peaceful palaces, Yotel will welcome one and all. When completed, it will be quite the party tower. Speaking of completion, although YotelPad was slated to begin construction late last year (reports said October), they haven’t put a shovel to the ground yet, but representatives are still saying it’ll be done by 2020.
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.
Amenities include a gym, bar, pet boutique, and a private rooftop space for residents. Other techie amenities include digital package delivery hubs, transit screens with real-time updates on Metromover and ride-share services, and self check-in kiosks.