Residents of the tallest residential tower in western Europe won't have to leave home to go shopping because they'll be able to receive drone deliveries to their private winter garden balconies, should Amazon's tests go to plan.
Spire London not only promises to be "future-proofed" - integrating new technologies and ways of living as they emerge - but offers buyers five-star amenities, including an infinity pool, gym and cocktail bar.
Apartments went on sale a month ago and already just over a third - worth £260 million - have been reserved in the latest tower to launch in Docklands.
Set to be the tallest residential tower in western Europe, the 771ft tower will be the joint-second tallest building in London, alongside Canary Wharf's One Canada Square, and just 245ft shorter than London's tallest building, The Shard in London Bridge.
The £800 million, 67-storey tower is being built by China’s Greenland Group and will house 861 flats upon completion in 2020.
Take a tour of London's tallest residences
Take a tour of London's tallest residences
1/11 Spire London
Height: 235m (771ft)
Completed: Estimated 2020
Spire London, an £800 million 771ft high rise promising “five-star lifestyle amenities”, is set to be the tallest wholly residential skyscraper in London and western Europe once it is completed in 2020.
2/11 The Shard
Height: 309m (1,014ft)
Where? London Bridge
It might be more of a business icon than somewhere that screams cosy home comforts but the Shard actually contains ten residential apartments...
3/11 The Shard
The dwellings are the most elevated homes in Western Europe with residents expected to be able to see the sea on a clear day from the top of the £1.5 billion glass spire.
The apartments are 62,000sq ft with floor-to-ceiling windows and situated on floors 53 to 65 of the 72-storey landmark. They are not yet finished and will be privately rented upon completion.
4/11 South Bank Tower
Height: 155m (509ft)
The 1970s South Bank Tower, sandwiched between Blackfriars and Waterloo, was recently completely regenerated with a further 11 storeys added...
5/11 South Bank Tower
It is currently the second highest residential spire in London. The addition of an extra 11 floors means it now has 191 apartments across 41 storeys.
Prices range from £2.45 million to £20 million – many of which are still available.
6/11 Tower One St George Wharf
Height: 180m (580ft)
Britain’s current tallest solely residential skyscraper is a 50-floor apartment complex in Vauxhall (also known as the Vauxhall Tower). It boasts a £51 million five-storey penthouse spanning 23,000sq ft…
7/11 Tower One St George Wharf
The floorplan of each storey resembles a Catherine Wheel, divided into five apartments with walls radiating out from a central core. The upper floors of the cylindrical tower have terraces with 360 degree views over the Thames and central London.
There is also a wind turbine at the very top of the building which generates power used to light communal areas.
Height: 147m (482ft)
Where? Elephant and Castle
Nicknamed ‘the razor’ for its resemblance to an electric de-fuzzing device, the wholly residential Strata building in an affordable area of London contains 310 apartments ranging from studios to three-bedroom flats and a duplex penthouse at the very top worth upwards of £2.5 million…
The 39th floor has a “Sky Lobby” – a corridor with views over central London. More affordable than some of its similarly altitudinous neighbours in the City, a quarter of it has been sold as shared ownership.
10/11 Pan Peninsula
Height: 147m (481ft)
Where? Isle of Dogs
Also known as 1 Milllharbour, this residential development is the tallest of a slew of new high rises on the Isle of Dogs…
11/11 Pan Peninsula
It has two towers with 38-storeys in the smaller one and an additional ten floors in the West Tower. LED lights of differing colours make the top of the Peninsula distinctively visible from across central London.
The towers house more than 780 residences from small studios to a penthouse priced at £10 million in 2006. There is a Sky Lounge on the 31st floor of the East Tower.
Spire London is one of the latest high-spec developments to launch in the Docklands' West India Quay - a regeneration hotspot.
For many people, this part of Docklands is an alternative London, one with more in common with downtown Chicago or Singapore than traditional prime areas such as Kensington, Putney or St John’s Wood.
Nearby Canary Wharf is already an established financial district, with 130,000 workers, and the surrounding areas are undergoing an ambitious construction programme to provide thousands of new homes, most of which will be ready for occupation in 2018-2020.
This means that buyers are purchasing off-plan now, ready to move in when Crossrail, seen as a game-changer for the area, is up and running.