The event signifies the structural completion of the 420-home canalside neighbourhood in the city's historic Gun Quarter.
Snow Hill Wharf's design is inspired by the history of craftsmanship in the local area, including ornate metalwork, and includes a landmark addition to the local skyline, with The Regent Building rising to182m.
The new homes, which stand along the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, are on course to welcome new residents later this year.
Charlie Joseph, director at St Joseph, said: "St Joseph is committed to leaving a legacy in Birmingham. Snow Hill Wharf marks the beginning of this journey - demonstrating our approach to placemaking, regeneration and creating quality new homes.
"The Regent is the jewel in Snow Hill Wharf's crown. To see the building topping out and becoming part of Birmingham's skyline is a key milestone for St Joseph and the transformation of the city's Gun Quarter.
"The importance of the canal side neighbourhood was recognised in Birmingham City Council's newly launched Future City Plan - forming part of its vision for 'St Chads Greenway'. This is an ambitious plan and one that St Joseph is already contributing to, with outdoor and green space making up over 40 per cent of Snow Hill Wharf."