Seagram Lofts is an adaptive reuse project of the former Seagram's Distillery, transforming two of the bonding warehouses into residential lofts with flexible ground floor office space. The original structure was built as a warehouse for aging whiskey in wooden barrels. The redevelopment project created 103 loft units characterized by high ceilings and arched windows with shutters. Complementing these features are original brick walls and barrel-wood, evoking the old warehouse feel rich in character. Great efforts were made by the Barrel Works Group Ltd. to reuse the original brick and barrel-wood salvaged during the selective demolition process. The Seagram Lofts includes a rooftop garden on each building which offers expansive views of the Uptown and the city beyond. This development has raised the bar for reurbanization in the City of Waterloo.
|# of Levels||5 Storey Building Complex|
|# of Units||103 Residential Condo Units|
|Size of Units||935 to 2,500 sqft|
Outdoor Terrace with BBQ