The £370m raised will now be used to drive a capital programme which includes investment in vital infrastructure throughout the city.
This includes the comprehensive City Centre Masterplan, school and housing developments, roads construction and the construction of a new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
It has the backing of the Scottish government, which believes other councils could go down a similar route.
The Council’s Leader Jennifer Laing said “This is a remarkable achievement by this Council in securing this investment in the future of our city.”
Aberdeen becoming the first council in Scotland to be given a credit rating, achieving Aa2, one below the UK as a whole.
Warrington council became the first English local authority in a decade to issue bonds when it launched a £150m public bond in 2015.
The bonds will be listed on the London Stock Exchange and have a maturity date of 2054.