Hollywood California US Editable Vector Maps: PDF and Adobe Illustrator

Hollywood, a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles, California, is known for its vibrant entertainment industry and iconic landmarks. Here are some principal streets and roads in Hollywood:

  1. Hollywood Boulevard:
    • Perhaps the most famous street in Hollywood, Hollywood Boulevard is home to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This renowned sidewalk features embedded stars honoring the achievements of various entertainment industry professionals. The boulevard is also lined with theaters, shops, and restaurants.
  2. Sunset Boulevard:
    • Sunset Boulevard is a major thoroughfare that extends from downtown Los Angeles through Hollywood and continues to the Pacific Coast. In Hollywood, it passes through Sunset Strip, known for its nightlife, music venues, and historic hotels.
  3. Vine Street:
    • Vine Street intersects with Hollywood Boulevard and is another significant street in the area. It is home to the iconic Capitol Records Building, which is shaped like a stack of vinyl records.
  4. Highland Avenue:
    • Highland Avenue is a major north-south street in Hollywood. It intersects with Hollywood Boulevard and is home to the Hollywood/Highland complex, which includes the TCL Chinese Theatre and the Dolby Theatre (home of the Academy Awards).
  5. Cahuenga Boulevard:
    • Cahuenga Boulevard is a key north-south route that runs through Hollywood. It connects the Hollywood Hills to the Hollywood Bowl and the Cahuenga Pass. The boulevard is known for its nightlife, theaters, and historic sites.
  6. Laurel Canyon Boulevard:
    • Laurel Canyon Boulevard is an important road running through the Hollywood Hills. It connects the San Fernando Valley to West Hollywood and has been historically associated with the music scene, housing many musicians and artists.
  7. Franklin Avenue:
    • Franklin Avenue runs through the heart of Hollywood and is known for its historic sites, including the Magic Castle and Yamashiro Hollywood. It intersects with Cahuenga Boulevard and provides access to the Hollywood Reservoir.
  8. Melrose Avenue:
    • Melrose Avenue is a popular shopping and dining destination that extends from West Hollywood into Hollywood. It is known for its trendy boutiques, vintage shops, and diverse culinary offerings.

These streets are integral to the character and identity of Hollywood, serving as both transportation arteries and hubs of cultural and commercial activity. Keep in mind that Hollywood is part of the larger city of Los Angeles, so the streets mentioned are interconnected with the broader road network of the city.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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