|Formerly:||Bank of Montreal|
|Address:||676 Main Street|
|Architects:||Northwood and Chivers|
Clad in Tyndall limestone and representing a lean-lined modern architectural approach, 676 Main Street (a former branch of the Bank of Montreal) is sparsely embellished. Beyond the warm mottled stone, the facade is given character by a central, raised carved bank coat of arms. Originally, the Main Street elevation was dominated by a large central window with square mullions, since filled in by solid metal panelling. The building is one of a number of modernists banks completed by the established firm of Northwood and Chivers in the early post-war years across Winnipeg. The initial floor plan featured a south-side open public space, private offices to the north and a vault space at the far west of the building's footprint.