I'd like to ask whether the following sentence is correct and how to improve it while retaining the meaning.
- The house being built has got most of the shape.
The intended meaning is as follows.
A house has been being built near your place. It only started 3 weeks ago, but the building has progressed so fast that now you can see the overall shape of the house. Until last week, you had no idea as to the shape of the house.
Why I chose that expression over a general one like The building has progressed a lot is because I desire to accentuate the fact written in bold in the above paragraph.