Wynwood Miami map
Map of Wynwood Miami. Wynwood Miami map (Florida - USA) to print. Wynwood Miami map (Florida - USA) to download. Wynwood is a historical and centrally located neighborhood that includes the subdivisions of the Miami Fashion District, part of the Miami Design District, and its newest subdivision Midtown in Miami, Florida, United States, just north of Downtown as you can see in Wynwood Miami map. It is roughly divided by I-395 to the south, I-195 to the north, I-95 to the west and Biscayne Boulevard to the east. It is historically the home of Miami Puerto Rican community and the Wynwood Arts District that is the new collection of office and condo/apartment buildings dubbed Midtown. Wynwood is also referred to as "Little San Juan", and commonly known as "El Barrio" as many Puerto Ricans began immigrating to this Miami neighborhood from the island and northeastern cities in the 1950s. Puerto Rican-owned restaurants, shops, markets and other businesses align the streets of Wynwood.
As of 2000, Wynwood had a population of 14,819 residents, with 6,221 households, and 2,987 families residing in the neighborhood as its shown in Wynwood Miami map. The median household income was $11,293.93. The racial makeup of the neighborhood was 58.51% Hispanic or Latino of any race, 17.51% Black or African American, 21.55% White (non-Hispanic), and 2.42% Other races (non-Hispanic). The Wynwood Art District is a section of Wynwood that contains over 70 galleries, museums and collections. It is roughly bounded by NW 36th Street (north), NW 20th Street (south), I-95 (west) and NE 1st Avenue (east).
Many important social, cultural, and civic Puerto Rican organizations have been rooted in Wynwood for decades to include ASPIRA of Florida a Latino youth Leadership organization, Borinquen Clinic (named after the native Puerto Rican Taino Indian word for Puerto Rico - Boriquen), the Eugenio Maria de Hostos Community Center and the De Hostos Senior Center, both named after Puerto Rican hero Eugenio Maria de Hostos, KIDCO Child Care Center, the Rafael Hernandez Housing and Economic Delvelopment Corporation (named after the famous Puerto Rican composer Rafael Hernandez) The South Florida Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce, the Roberto Clemente Park (named after the Hall of Fame baseball player Roberto Clemente, the first Latino in Major League Baseball Hall of Fame) The Old San Juan Chapel of Corpus Christi Catholic Church as its mentioned in Wynwood Miami map.