Is it a spaceship? An ion cannon? A cult leader's elaborate lair? Nope, it's Apple's new campus, Apple Park, which is finally set to open its doors this month.

If you haven't yet realized, YouTube user Duncan Sinfield is a dude who is very excited about the new building. Very, very excited. So excited that he's been posting monthly updates on the construction works with his trusty 4K drone since the summer of 2015. As we can now see, the guts of the operation is all but complete, with only a few cosmetic touches left to add.

The lavish new space will house up to 12,000 Apple employees, and they'll be able to enjoy amenities including a wellness center (a large gym to you or I), auditorium (appropriately named the Steve Jobs Theatre), visitor center, and seven different cafes. Oh, and there's also a 30-acre courtyard with fruit trees and a pond.

Look out for further updates as the $5 billion property opens its doors this month, but before then, take a look inside here.

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