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|1||300 Main||143 m / 469 ft|
|2||CanWest Place||128 m / 420 ft|
|3||Richardson Building||126.1 m / 414 ft|
|4||360 Main||117 m / 384 ft|
|5||Manitoba Hydro Place||114.9 m / 377 ft|
|6||55 Nassau North||109 m / 358 ft|
|7||Le Chateau York||97.2 m / 319 ft|
|8||MTS Place Main||96 m / 315 ft|
|9||225 Carlton||87 m / 285 ft|
|10||Heritage Landing||86 m / 282 ft|
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KPMB Architects Present on Manitoba Hydro Place
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