Construction work on a new £2.6 million community hub has been completed.
Work started on the Lord Provost Henry E Rae Community Centre in Middlefield in March last year.
An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman confirmed the work is now complete and the keys have been handed over.
The centre had a complete refurbishment and extension which will provide space for community groups and charities.
Groups that will be housed at the centre include Middlefield Community Project, Lord Provost Henry E Rae Community Centre Management Committee and NHS Healthy Hoose.
A wide range of services will be provided including children’s activities for kids from five to 11, youth work with 12- to 25-year-olds, volunteering, training and work opportunities, early years child care and education, holiday play schemes, adult learning and family support.
There will also be community activities for adults, elderly and those with disabilities.
Health services to be provided include a drop-in service to see nurses for advice on injuries or minor illnesses, as well as woman and well man checks, immunisations, health information leaflets, smoking cessation advice, reviews of long term conditions such as asthma, diabetes and heart disease and telephone advice.
There will also be counselling services for anxiety, stress and depression, bereavement/loss, relationship or other personal issues, drug or alcohol problems, weight issues and/or eating disorders, podiatry services, and a credit union for accessible savings, low cost loans and other financial services.
A city council spokeswoman confirmed work had been completed and the keys were handed over.
The centre will be officially opened next month.
Councillor Gordon Graham, who represents the area, said: “I have been down and it is looking terrific.
“Everyone I have spoken to has said how good it’s looking and this will be the start of something good for this area.”