The Building

Unparalleled History

The Royal Bank of Canada chose the very best location for its Western Canada regional office in 1929: the corner of West Hastings and Granville in the very heart of Vancouver’s bustling downtown core. While the Royal Bank outgrew the building in 1973, the key attributes that made this building so successful are still the same… the very best business location that Vancouver has to offer.

Now called Six Seven Five in reference to the building’s address on West Hastings Street, the building has been completely refurbished to suit the needs of today’s business community.

Bring the outdoors indoors.

Rising 16 stories above West Hastings, the building features an art-deco exterior and a tapered building design reminiscent of many office towers built in Lower Manhattan at the time.

The floor plates reduce in size as the building steps in at higher floors. As a result, the building offers a variety in floor plate sizes and outdoor decks on several floors.

Make meetings memorable.

With its exterior clad in lime stone, and the main floor lobby and banking hall dressed in travertine and marble, the level of finishes and detail in its design are unmatched in any Vancouver office building. Arriving in this timeless environment makes for a memorable experience.

Modern. Customizable. The right fit.

The office floors high above the street, the interiors of the building have been modernized and the floors opened up to create bright spacious business environments. Here, the timeless nature of the building is complimented with brand new super modern business interiors featuring clear glass, stainless steel, copper and stone surfaces. It makes for a unique blend where the modern business environments thrive inside this solid heritage building.