The stunning Solar Carve Tower, which sits along the High Line and overlooks the Hudson River, is getting a new tenant.

Health care-focused hedge fund RTW Investments, which is currently located at the nearby 412 W. 15th St., is jumping to 40 10th Ave. to accommodate its expansion.

The firm, which invests in biopharma companies, will take over the entire seventh floor, or 14,082 square feet, of the brand-new building, known as the Solar Carve Tower for its unique Studio Gang design.

Silvio Petriello, Ben Friedland and Hugh McDonald of CBRE represented the tenant in the 10-year deal.

A JLL group of Howard Hersch, Brett Harvey and Sam Seiler represented the William E. Gottlieb and Aurora Capital owner-developers, who were also represented in house by Jared Epstein. Sources say the asking rents are $170 to $210 a square foot.

Starwood Property Group has already leased the eighth floor and is building out its space, while a Genesis auto marketing center has over 41,000 square feet in the base that will open early next year.