When you look at other neighborhoods and San Francisco, it is clear that the demographic leans toward a younger population. However, the US Census from 2009 specifically points to Silver Terrace in South West Bernal Heights as a place where there are more people over the age of 65.
While Silver Terrace has almost 11% of its population at retirement age, other micro neighborhoods in San Francisco have between 2-6%. It makes a lot of sense that certain features should follow this pattern. In particular, funding and grant allocations. One of the main issues that a person over the age of 65 can deal with on a regular basis is meal preparation.
Thankfully, there are organizations like OpenHand.org that deliver and provide meals to seniors throughout San Francisco. However, retirees that are still fully active could appreciate a local seniors café that is geared towards those 65 and over of all income levels. Not only would an idea like this provide a simple solution to those unable to prepare their own meals, they would also provide much needed community time in an area of the city that seniors love to call home.