Mauricio Pochettino's side are hoping to move into the new 62,000-seat ground by the beginning of next season.
And although the exterior looks to be coming together nicely, there is still plenty of work to do to get it finished in time for the 2018-19 season.
Glass panels surround the outside of the state-of-the-art stadium – one of the most modern in world football.
Seats still need to be fitted inside before they move onto installing the roof.
Contractors continue to work tooth and nail to get Tottenham's new home – which will also be used for NFL fixtures – finished.
Spurs released pictures inside the new stadium showing fans exactly what awaits them.
The White Hart – a brewery-themed bar – has plenty of taps meaning thirsty supporters will not have to wait long for drinks.
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And for the more wealthy supporters – who can afford to shell out a massive £2,200 on limited edition 1882 Season Tickets – there is a private bar to visit pre-match, at half-time and after the final whistle.
But it hasn't come without cost, with season ticket prices on the rise.
Club chairman Daniel Levy is also facing a growing bill with the stadium costs proving way over budget.
With initial costs thought to be around £400million, it would now seem the bill will reach an outrageous £1billion.
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