Hebden, who plays shop owner Norris Cole in the ITV soap, told Digital Spy that The Kabin will be one of the premises most affected when the tram is crashes onto the street in December's dramatic 50th anniversary plot.
"Yes, you can [expect changes]," he admitted. "That's all I can say on that."
He added: "The Kabin will look very different after this!"
Hebden also praised the soap's efforts to keep details of the plot secret.
"I think it's great!" he said. "They're spending a fortune on it. It's all CGI stuff and top people from Doctor Who really, which our new producer [Phil Collinson] did produce with David Tennant.
He continued: "So he is able to call on all those resources, so it should look spectacular, which it's got to be in the 50th year!"
Aerial shots of the Corrie set published online today showed The Kabin partially destroyed and Dev and Sunita Alahan's corner shop completely demolished.
Hebden will also appear in spin-off DVD A Knight's Tale - released November 1 -which sees Kevin Kennedy and Ken Morley reprise their roles as Curly Watts and Reg Holdsworth respectively.
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