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You Won’t Find A Better Location

    San Francisco downtown photo

    If indeed San Francisco is the city where cable cars climb halfway to the stars, our Rhoda Goldman Plaza assisted living and memory care community adds to the city’s legacy and charm. Our address quite simply, can’t be surpassed. For starters, it’s pretty flat, and in legendary hilly SF “flat” counts; we carry a super high 95 walk score which puts our community right in the “walker’s paradise” zone. Our residents and their families can take advantage of a true core of assistive healthcare services but also those neat little bits of “lifestyle” choices ranging from a restaurant, café and room service, and entertainment, to shopping in the landmark Fillmore district. Even Japan Town is close by. The Lower Pacific Heights location of Rhoda Goldman Plaza location is an easy entry point to the Symphony, Ballet and the Opera.

    Healthcare Services at Your Service.

    In the heart of “Medical Heaven”, Rhoda Goldman Plaza is almost next door to UCSF Mt. Zion, Kaiser and close to CPMC while being surrounded by hundreds of doctors’ offices. There’s a real sense of security and safety knowing medical professionals are right around the corner. This cluster of medical and healthcare services is truly hard to beat.

    It’s All About Lifestyle.

    Try to think of any other assisted living or memory care community in the city with a park and public library across the street and compare their address and locale to Rhoda Goldman Plaza. You’ll immediately discover what our residents already know. We’re happily ensconced in one of the most enviable neighborhoods in San Francisco . . . and that’s how our residents like it! So when you compare our gorgeous apartments, courteous staff (and by the way our incredible almost 1:1 staff-to-resident ratio), healthy and delicious “made-from-scratch” menu, and an enviable list of services and programs, we can add “best and most ideal location” to the expanding checklist that underscores our promise that “Here, you’re like family.”