An image sent by photographer Michael Hayes shows that completion is nearing for the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, a $200-million luxury hotel next to the iconic Beverly Hilton.

Developer Beny Alagem is constructing the 12-story building at the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevard, creating 170 guest rooms with a collection of shops and restaurants.

Architecture firms Gensler, Perkins + Will and Pierre-Yves Rochon are designing the mid-rise development in the Streamline Moderne style, with a variety of high-quality finishes.

The official website of the project shows that the hotel will begin taking reservations in June.

Alagem is also pursuing the development a pair of mid-rise condominium towers on the property, after an alternate proposal to build a 26-story tower was rejected by Beverly Hills voters in November.