Residents at Dubai's new hotel with be able to watch the sunrise and sunset in the city's rotating hotel.
The Dynamic Tower Hotel, which has been in the works since 2008, will finally be built in 2020.
The skyscraper will be able to rotate 360 degrees, so the view will change endlessly for residents inside.
Units will be built on separate floors of the 1,375foot-tall, 80-story building, with each rotating independently around the structure's concrete center at the command of voice-activated control by the residents.
The building will also feature wind turbines positioned horizontally between each floor and solar panels on the roof, which will allow it to be completely self-powered.
Some of the units could be turned into apartments, which would cost $30million each, according to Mashable.
The Dynamic Tower was proposed nine years ago by Israeli-Italian architect David Fisher.