YOTEL Hotel & Apartments submitted a new proposal that removes the parking garage to Miami’s Planning Department. Due to the locations proximity to the Metromover, the zoning does not require parking for residential units. The proposal includes offsite parking for the hotel units as well as a scaled back plan for the tower that adjusts the project rom 45-stories to 29-stories which would house 188 apartment units and 225 hotel rooms. The previous 45-story proposal had 180 apartment units and 262 hotel rooms with a 10 story garage that had 144 spaces. YOTEL Hotel & Apartments is being developed in a joint venture between Aria Development Group with the Kuwaiti firm Agarat. The building is being designed by Stantec and will be reviewed by Miami's Urban Development Review Board next week. The YOTEL brand offers affordable hotels with micro-hotel style accommodations with locations in New York City, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Amsterdam Schiphol, and Paris amongst others.