The office building at the corner of Seymour and West Cordova is about to get a makeover.
The 17-storey tower at 333 Seymour will be reclad with a new curtain wall offering improved thermal resistance and an updated charcoal look.
The reclad is being led by Perkins + Will Architects, in coordination with a revamp of the building’s podium, by B+H Architects.
Updates to the building will also include a new rooftop terrace with indoor/outdoor space with glass walls, kitchen, washrooms, seating and a new elevator lobby.
Interestingly, renderings also show a new Salesforce sign on the top of the tower. The tech company is currently a tenant of the building, and opened a renovated office in 2019.
333 Seymour was built in 1985 and opened as the Price Waterhouse Centre.
The tower’s distinctive rooftop dome will also be refreshed with a charcoal colour scheme.