201 Portage (former names TD Centre, Canwest Place and CanWest Global Place) is an office tower at the intersection of Portage and Main in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
The 33-storey building was constructed between 1988 and 1990 by the Toronto Dominion Bank for $38,000,000. The construction of 201 Portage required the demolition of the Childs Building (also known as the McArthur Building) at 211 Portage. When the Childs Building was constructed in 1909, it was the tallest building in Winnipeg. The Childs Building had been 12 storeys above ground, and 48.62 metres (159.5 ft) tall.
A smaller twin building was planned but never built. The 33-storey, 47,000-square-metre (510,000 sq ft) building stands 128 metres (420 ft) tall, making it the tallest building in Winnipeg. It is 3.9 metres (13 ft) taller than the next-tallest building in Winnipeg, the Richardson Building, which is located across the street. It is the tallest building between Toronto and Calgary, and has been since its construction...Wikipedia (
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