Apple’s biggest launch in 2017 isn’t a new iPhone, or a new iPad.

It’s its new campus in Cupertino, California, which looks like a spaceship and reportedly cost over $5 billion to build. The project was one of the last the late CEO Steve Jobs was involved with.

Apple ParkYouTube/Matthew Roberts

Apple named the campus “Apple Park” in February and said it will open in April for employees. There will also be an Apple store on the premises and a visitor’s center for non-Apple employees, although the opening date for the public hasn’t been announced yet.

“The main building, parking structure, theatre and fitness center [are] under construction,” a progress report delivered to the Cupertino City Council on March 7 read. “Occupancy for main building will begin in April and phased to end of 2017. Phase 2 and ancillary building expected to be completed by 2018.”

Our latest look at Apple’s “spaceship” headquarters comes from Matthew Roberts, a drone pilot and photographer who has been making Apple Park videos for years.

Take a look: 

 Apple Park is right on the 280, but a military-grade fence shields it from the noise and intruders.