Our assisted living and memory care community is proud to offer a gorgeous, architecturally handsome lobby, dining room, apartments, library, meeting rooms, and terraces. Here, you’ll meet residents who love our casual bistro for morning coffee and home-made pastries or grabbing a bite to go. Naturally, our varying and creative menu is decidedly true to the city’s reputation for “foodies.” Some have even called our breakfast, lunch and dinner food service as their “favorite restaurant in San Francisco. What’s more, our programs and activities never cease to amaze and underscore our dedication to offering a focus on lifelong learning. Events are special, too. Curated and creative, you’ll see why our residents anticipate art shows, book signings, lectures, music, and film. In fact, our residents and their families will be the first to tell you that Rhoda Goldman Plaza is always offering something fun, stimulating, and geared to making every day, very special, and part of living well with assistance.

Our residents come from all walks of life, with a majority, of course, from the Bay Area. Although founded on Jewish principles and ideals, we are non-denominational and continue to attract residents of all faiths. One common thread with Rhoda Goldman Plaza’s residents is their friendly camaraderie for all who live here. People enjoy each other, evidenced by the many smiles that greet you the minute you walk through our front doors and lobby. Residents who have decided that our community is the perfect fit for their life and lifestyle will happily point out that some of their best friendships are made right here. With poetry reading, urban hiking, tech workshops, local shopping adventures, museum visits, art shows, wine receptions, and the inspired way of living, families know that mom and dad, or their loved one has the best of all worlds. We invite your personal tour and welcome your inquiry about how our residents, staff, services and amenities (and our location) highlight what we all know, “Here, you’re like family.”