Miami Florida US editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Miami Florida US in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Miami Florida US editable vector map svg free

Miami Florida US editable vector map svg free

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Miami, Florida, is a vibrant and diverse city with numerous key streets, roads, and districts that contribute to its unique character. Here is an overview:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Brickell Avenue: A major thoroughfare in the Brickell financial district, known for its high-rise office towers and luxury condominiums.
  2. Biscayne Boulevard: Runs parallel to Biscayne Bay, offering views of the bay and access to popular areas like Downtown Miami and Edgewater.
  3. Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street): A famous street in Little Havana known for its Cuban culture, restaurants, and annual Calle Ocho Festival.
  4. Collins Avenue: Runs through Miami Beach and is known for its Art Deco hotels, nightlife, and proximity to the beach.
  5. Ocean Drive: Another iconic street in Miami Beach, famous for its colorful Art Deco buildings, vibrant nightlife, and ocean views.
  6. Flagler Street: A historic east-west street that runs through the heart of Downtown Miami, known for its shopping and business activities.
  7. MacArthur Causeway: Connects Downtown Miami to Miami Beach, offering scenic views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline.
  8. Venetian Causeway: Another connection between Miami and Miami Beach, popular for its scenic views and used by pedestrians and cyclists.

Key Districts

  1. Downtown Miami: The central business district with a mix of historic buildings, modern skyscrapers, shopping, and cultural attractions like the Pérez Art Museum Miami.
  2. Brickell: A major financial district south of Downtown, known for its concentration of banks, businesses, luxury apartments, and vibrant nightlife.
  3. Wynwood: An artsy neighborhood known for its colorful murals, art galleries, trendy restaurants, and the Wynwood Walls.
  4. Little Havana: The cultural heart of Miami’s Cuban community, known for its vibrant street life, music, and Cuban cuisine.
  5. Coconut Grove: A bohemian neighborhood with lush greenery, parks, historic sites, and a laid-back vibe.
  6. Coral Gables: Known for its Mediterranean-style architecture, upscale shops, restaurants, and the beautiful Biltmore Hotel.
  7. Miami Beach: Famous for its beaches, Art Deco Historic District, nightlife, and Lincoln Road Mall.
  8. Design District: A luxury shopping area known for its high-end boutiques, contemporary art galleries, and sleek modern architecture.
  9. Edgewater: A residential neighborhood north of Downtown with scenic views of Biscayne Bay and a growing number of high-rise buildings.
  10. Overtown: A historic neighborhood with deep roots in African-American culture, currently undergoing revitalization.


These streets, roads, and districts encapsulate the essence of Miami, offering a mix of cultural experiences, historic landmarks, and modern urban living. Whether you’re exploring the financial hub of Brickell, the artistic vibe of Wynwood, or the Cuban culture of Little Havana, each area has its unique charm and significance.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.