Heritage on the Marina is proud to be one of San Francisco’s longest-serving retirement communities. It is a non-profit corporation owned and operated by the San Francisco Ladies’ Protection and Relief Society, one of California’s oldest philanthropic organizations, since 1853.
Our land site was originally part of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Following this renowned World’s Fair, a generous benefactor donated the empty block to the Ladies’ Protection and Relief Society. Julia Morgan, California’s first woman architect, designed the main building, completed in 1925. The Heritage site continues to be lovingly maintained and upgraded.
"It is our conscious commitment to serve as a model of excellence for senior care. We strive to give our residents the experience of coming home to an environment of beautiful surroundings and friendly, nurturing support. These goals must be renewed every day, and with every detail of the care we provide."