A multi-million pound office development at the site of a former historic Aberdeen theatre has its first occupants.
Professional services firm PwC is the first client to move into The Capitol on Aberdeen’s Union Street.
As part of the £30 million work, the original canopy entrance, light fittings and clocks have all been restored.
The building, pictured, has retained some of its 1930s period features including its art deco entrance canopy, which was completely rebuilt.
The original plaster mouldings and archway are retained within the basement of the existing property.
Kevin Reynard, office senior partner for PwC in Aberdeen, hailed the firm’s move from Albyn Place as “fantastic”.
He added: “It also reaffirms our commitment to the area.
“We have had long ties with businesses in the vicinity and while others may ponder the future of the North-east, we are delighted to show the business community that our 15-year lease on The Capitol reinforces our commitment to stay in the heart of the city.”