In the above photo, the skyscrapers from right to left:
- Richardson Building is the second tallest skyscraper at 124m.
- 201 Portage is the building with vertical neon green light and is the tallest skyscraper in Winnipeg at 128m. The building is also known as CanWest Global Place, Toronto Dominion Centre, and TD Centre with its iconic green.
- MTS Place Main is the building with vertical neon blue light at a height of 96m. It’s also known as Bank of Montreal Building with its iconic blue.
- 360 Main is the third tallest skyscraper at 117m and is formerly known as Commodity Exchange Tower. Scotia Bank is located in this building.
Winnipeg city skyline is best viewed along the east bank of the Red River. Promenade Taché is an interpretive walk on the east bank of the Red River along Taché Avenue south to the Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge (Provencher Bridge) to the Norwood Bridge in St. Boniface. North to the Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge (Provencher Bridge) along Taché Avenue is another walking trail in Parc Joseph Royal. Both walking trails offer excellent views of downtown Winnipeg nights and days year round.