Daniel's attention is excellent. He responds very immediately to any situation that arises.
The place has everything that "exactly" is needed. The space is exact, everything well calculated, so when I make my bed, the spaces feel restricted. However, the kitchen is very well equipped, the bathrooms are in good repair, and the laundry and garbage services are in good working order. The surroundings show the reality of Miami on its sour face. A lot of accumulated garbage, abandoned places, homeless people in various places, make the main photo of the place look like a well done montage. However I felt calm and was able to sleep comfortably.
Stayed in one of the co-living houses here for a little over a month. I had my own bedroom and there were two other bedrooms. Loved how close it was to all the action of Brickell, just across the river without paying an arm and a leg. The houses are very modern and have everything you need if you work from home - high-speed wifi (100mbps/55mbps) and a workstation in my room. My roommates were cool, so I was very glad about that. I loved that they sent a cleaning lady every couple of weeks to clean our living kitchen and dining area, plus she would hook us up with all the housing supplies you need, like garbage bags, paper towels, soap, etc. I know it's not a hotel, but this was a very nice touch that refreshed the place for us. I'd definitely come back here if I'm traveling solo.
I had a six-month photography course and was looking for affordable rentals near Downtown and Brickell. I was pleasantly surprised to find a brand new building with a co-living concept right by there. It allowed me to move in without dealing with buying furniture because it was already furnished with all the necessities. And I loved that I could pay one bill and it would take care of everything, including all my utilities and 2x a month house cleaning. I stayed here for several months and met a lot of cool people along the way. TONS of local culture, lots of great cafes and restaurants in Little Havana, like El Gallito and Casa Florida for drinks. Jogging by the Miami River and just get some work done in the sun at Jose Marti park was awesome (when it wasn't raining lol). Little Havana seems to be changing a lot, definitely feels like a place in transition, but I always felt safe and secure in the building. If you're looking for co-living in Miami, I'd definitely recommend this building.
Love staying here! I was looking for a cheap house to rent in Miami and was considering studios in Downtown and Brickell, but then I came across Aerie. I looked into the coliving model and found that it worked perfectly for me! A lot of the other Miami apartments under $1000 were really run down, but this is a brand new place -- I think I was actually the first to rent my private bedroom, which was awesome! I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who's looking for an affordable house in Miami.