The first images have been revealed showing what a historic hospital could look like if plans are approved to transform it into a hotel and homes.
A proposal of application notice has been submitted to Aberdeen City Council to turn the former Woolmanhill hospital into a 52-bedroom boutique hotel, 27 serviced apartments, 32 residential apartments and 10 affordable flats.
The proposals have been submitted by developer Charlie Ferrari whose company CAF Properties (Woolmanhill) Ltd will apply jointly with NHS Grampian for full planning permission to renovate four of the buildings.
If the plans are approved, work could start mid 2017 with completion from mid to late 2019.
The hotel and serviced apartments would be owned and operated by the Glasgow-based G1 Group, who own the Palm Court Hotel in Aberdeen as well as hotels, bars and eateries around Scotland.
Mr Ferrari said: “This site is known to generations of Aberdonians and visitors alike and is valued for its heritage.
“We hope to bring it back to life and make it a vibrant addition to the cityscape.”