The President is set to unveil his $600m renovation of the historic mansion he grew up in as part of his plan to make it a model for his presidency.
The renovation project will bring back the original grand ballroom and the marble staircase that was used as a dining room for President Obama and other presidents.
But it will also include a large glass-enclosed library and a newly restored ballroom, the president’s office confirmed.
The renovations are a major win for the former president, who has been battling health problems in recent years.
He has said he wants to have the home to himself for the rest of his life, and he and his wife, Michelle, have pledged to donate all proceeds from the renovation to charity.
The renovated mansion, which is estimated to cost $600million, was home to the former President’s family until his wife’s death in 2015.
Obama first owned the estate in the early 1970s when it was home, until his health issues forced him to sell it in 1995.
He bought the property in 2014 and made it his home for the remainder of his presidency, with his wife living there for the next eight years.
The mansion has been renovated and a few improvements made over the years.
The kitchen is a new addition, as are the marble stairs, which are now marble.
The President will speak at the ceremony at the home Friday, according to a White House press release.