Stantec designs Aria Development Group’s newest project, YotelPad Miami

Aria Development Group, a New York and Miami-based real estate investment and development company, will open the first YotelPad on the East Coast in downtown Miami. YotelPad Miami, a joint venture of Aria Development Group and Aqarat, will have 208 residential units in addition to 250 Yotel cabins.

YotelPad Miami will be located on floors 15-30 of the building, above the hotel portion of the project. Floor plans range from 425 square foot studios to 700 square foot two-bedroom units. The Pads will have integrated living, kitchen and dining areas. In addition, the Pads will have floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and terraces with views of Downtown Miami.

Buyers will be able to use the common areas of the hotel, as well access a private penthouse level exclusive to the residents. The Sky Lounge will have a game area, living room with fireplace and a chef’s kitchen with private dining for 12 guests. 

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Amenities in the building will include bike storage, coffee bar, full-service restaurant and bar with outdoor seating and private dining, fitness center, co-working space, a lounge, pool deck and pet spa. In addition, each Pad will have a storage unit.

Stantec is the architect on record for this development, while OneWorld Properties brokered the deal.

Aria Development Group recently completed the Enrique Norten-designed 321 Ocean in Miami’s South of Fifth neighborhood and 465 Pacific in Brooklyn. The developer is also currently constructing The Clifton in Washington, D.C.  

Yotel, which was created by YO! founder Simon Woodroffe OBE, operates four airport hotels under the Yotel Air brand in London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris, Charles de Gaulle airports; and three city hotels in New York, Boston and Singapore. The company has new hotels under development, including a Yotel Air in Singapore Changi Airport and new city hotels in San Francisco, London Clerkenwell, Dubai, Edinburgh, Miami and Amsterdam.

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