Julia Morgan, California’s first woman architect and the renowned designer of Heritage on the Marina brought her staff to the site during the Panama-Pacific International Exhibition in 1915. In the early 1920’s she began the architectural design of Heritage on the Marina. Around that same...

Heritage on the Marina has a long history as a philanthropic organization in San Francisco. Under its original name, San Francisco Ladies’ Protection and Relief Society, Heritage on the Marina has operated as a 501c3 non-profit organization since 1944, almost a century after it was...

Heritage on the Marina possesses a rich and storied history, arising from one of the most significant events to shape the West: The Gold Rush of 1849. The temptation of seemingly spontaneous riches enticed a record shattering number of voyagers to traverse land and sea...

Set among yacht clubs, parks, and the shoreline of San Francisco Bay, Heritage on the Marina is an amazing place to relish your retirement. Its beauty and walkability are unparalleled. There’s so much to see and do, and eat and drink, that it’s hard to know...

We would like to highlight one strong woman who was ahead of her time. Heritage on the Marina was designed by Julia Morgan, a San Francisco native and the first woman to become a State Architect. She was best known for her design of Hearst...

Along with the world-class architecture, and the surroundings of parks and open space, there’s an equally attractive feature of Heritage on the Marina – gourmet dining. The Dining Room offers all day dining options enjoyed by Residents and their guests. Here choice is always an option....

Statistics show that roughly one in five seniors are living with limited mobility. Also known as mobility impairment, it can affect their quality of life. With limited mobility, seniors may struggle to perform otherwise common physical activities that they once enjoyed. Fortunately, there are still...

Aerobic exercise is essential for healthy aging. It's been shown to lower the risk of many age-related chronic diseases. Unfortunately, many seniors fail to meet the U.S. Centers for Disease Control's (CDC's) recommendations for aerobic exercise. According to the CDC, over three in four seniors...

Nutrition plays an important role in healthy aging. As we age, our bodies will become more susceptible to chronic diseases and other adverse medical conditions. Fortunately, certain nutrients can fend off these diseases and conditions. Below are seven essential nutrients for healthy aging. #1) Calcium Calcium is...

Fractures are a major concern for seniors. There are 206 individual bones in the human body. As our bodies age, these bones will lose some of their density, making them weaker and more vulnerable to fracture. Research published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control...

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