The latest phase of work at Moseley Road Baths has taken place.
The current stage of redevelopment has seen the facade restored and the manager’s flat and boardroom sections restored.
It is hoped the rooms will be used by community and activity groups going forward.
Cllr Mariam Khan, cabinet member for health and social care at Birmingham City Council, said: “The ongoing transformation of thebaths is amazing and just shows what can happen with a strong partnership, working together for the benefit of the community.
“I’m so proud of the work everyone has done to breathe new life into this amazing building – a community asset, open to everyone.”
The work was supported by £125,000 from World Monuments Fund for the restoration of the façade, alongside £223,000 from Historic England for the restoration of the manager’s flat and boardroom, and £309,000 from Birmingham City Council.
Executive director of the World Monuments Fund Britain, John Darlington, said: “Over the last few years we have seen the Baths go from a place that was to be shut down to become an ambitious concept where heritage and health combine to regenerate Balsall Heath.
“Now that concept is becoming a reality, we are proud to be part of a unique coalition of local, national and international organisations helping to make it happen.”