The Manhattan and Strathcona House
Capital View Tower and Riverwind
Waterford House, Tower on the Hill and Lord Strathcona Manor
Kennedy Towers, Cranleigh Towers, and the Water's Edge
Parkside Towers and One River Park
9929 Saskatchewan Drive and Riverview Manor
My first models on the south side of the river, and from west-to-east this mostly completes the skyline along Saskatchewan Drive.
There are a couple of really nice building along here - notably One River Park and Riverwind. There is also the funky modernism of Kennedy Towers and Capital View Tower, and the cold precision of the Water's Edge.
Too many of these buildings - notably One River Park and Riverwind - make the mistake of thinking that people only want views of the river and that everything else secondary. This is a problem throughout Edmonton resulting in many forgotten north walls, although in the case of Saskatchewan drive it is the south wall that is ignored.
A rail right-of-way runs behind several of these buildings and beyond that is heritage neighbourhood, so while there is no such thing as a guaranteed view the one south from these towers is pretty close. I haven't spent much time on low-low floors, but from 6 or 8 storeys up almost any view will look good, and at 10 or 20 storeys the view out to the distant Alberta horizon can be spectacular. Maybe one day Edmonton will figure that out, but after more than 50 years of high-rise construction it hasn't happened yet.