Sky Gardens, which is part of the Vauxhall-Nine Elms-Battersea regeneration area in London is soon to be nearing completion.
The 35-storey tower was developed by Frasers Property Group and designed by Amin Taha & Carey Jones.
Future occupiers of the 196 residential apartments and commercial space will be connected to the rest of London by two new tube stations: Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station.
Extensions on the Northern line are due for completion in 2020.
Influential neighbours will include the New London American Embassy and Battersea Power Station.
The one and two-bed apartments are designed by international firm, Yoo. The communal gardens, on the eighth and 35th floors are designed by Gillespies. Services include a 24-hour concierge and gym.
Office investment units start from 116sq m from the first floor to the seventh.
A low-rise eight-storey building providing affordable space is also part of Sky Gardens.
The scheme is marketed by Strawberry Star.