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Five Reasons the Marina is a Great Place to Retire

  1. A walk in the park

The Marina District is like no other with its convenient location in the middle of San Francisco, nestled along the Bay. The Marina feels like an oasis of open space bordered by lush green parks. At Heritage on the Marina, you benefit from living in the City without needing to compromise on the confinement city living typically entails. Beautiful parks, spectacular vistas and fresh air are some of the many benefits the Marina has to offer. You can take a deep breath in and exhale knowing that your future retirement living has plenty of space for you and all of your favorite activities.

  1. Eat, drink and be merry

The Marina District is a multi-generational neighborhood filled with life and energy.  Heritage on the Marina is minutes away from great restaurants, shopping, and a host of services. What other San Francisco retirement living offers breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts, and Sausalito in the distance? The accessibility of the neighborhood is hard to beat. Whether you enjoy visiting the theater, going downtown, spending time at Fort Mason and Crissy Fields, or touring the piers… the Marina offers easy access to all of the above. A few of our favorite spots include: Izzy’s Steakhouse for dinner, Cultivar Wine Bar for a tasting, and Loving Cup for dessert. It’s time to make your pipe dream a reality. Head to this link to learn more about the benefits to Heritage on the Marina’s neighborhood.

  1. Say goodbye to household chores, and say hello easy living

Are you getting tired of cooking, cleaning, and maintaining your home? Well lucky for you, retiring in the Marina can solve all of the above. Living at Heritage on the Marina offers services and amenities to make your life easier. Three nutritious meals a day in a spacious dining room, weekly housekeeping, private outdoor gardens that are tended to regularly, everything you’ve been avoiding taken care of for you! Enjoy hassle- free Marina living with more time to spend on the things you love. Head to this link to learn more about what amenities the Heritage on the Marina has to offer.

  1. Like living in a boutique hotel

Retiring at Heritage on the Marina not only means living in a breathtaking neighborhood, but consequently living in a sensational and historic home as well. The prolific American architect, Julia Morgan, known for her design of Hearst Castle, was commissioned to create Heritage on the Marina. With its rich history and stunning architecture, the building lends to an intimate style of living that the sprawling and high-rise retirement communities can never emulate. With exceptional service and world-class style, Heritage on the Marina provides a cozy and familial environment it feels like living in a private estate or a resort chateau.

  1. Health & Security

We’ve shared the more exciting aspects to living at Heritage on the Marina: a lively atmosphere, beautiful scenery, and optimal location… but what is arguably the best benefit of all is the security of living in a Community with a team of professionals ready to assist when needed. At Heritage on the Marina, there is a high staff to Resident ratio for every level of care, allowing for unique and personalized attention. You can put your mind at ease knowing that healthcare professionals are available to help with your various care needs. It’s your safety net, if needed. Spend less time worrying and more time living a life of leisure. Learn more about health and security offerings at Heritage on the Marina at this link.

  1. Oh, and did we mention … the Farmers Market!

The Marina District has their very own farmers market every Sunday from 9:30am-1:30pm at the Fort Mason Center. This outdoor activity is a perfect way to spend your Sunday morning. From Heritage on the Marina, it is just across the park to the Fort Mason center.

We hope you enjoyed our top five six reasons the Marina is a great place to retire! If you are interested to learn more about Heritage on the Marina or schedule a tour for yourself, head to this link.

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