Miami Maps

Twenty Years of Service to the Community

Marshall Steingold is the founder and publisher of Miami Maps. His company has been producing and distributing high quality custom-designed maps for exclusive neighborhoods in South Florida for more than 20 years.

The colorful and informative Miami Maps – YOUR FREE CITY GUIDE are widely used by the finest hotel concierges, who help direct hotel guests to local merchants and various points of interest.
Miami Maps – YOUR FREE CITY GUIDE currently serves: City of Coral Gables, City of Doral, Town of Cutler Bay, Village of Coconut Grove, Village of Key Biscayne and Brickell, and Village of Palmetto Bay. There are currently plans to produce maps for additional communities.

The FREE CITY GUIDES are an integral part of the community and represent a unique collection of more than one hundred distinguished business advertisers who gain significant exposure and revenue as a result of placing advertising in the maps.

Additionally, realtors and related business professionals use the maps to direct prospective buyers to see residential or commercial listings. Local Chambers of Commerce, Business Improvement Districts, and the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau mail copies of Miami Maps to all over the world to people inquiring about the area for business and pleasure.

In addition to publishing Miami Maps – YOUR FREE CITY GUIDE, Marshall Steingold has achieved a wide variety of accomplishments and community service throughout his career in South Florida:

He is vice-president of IGT Media/Primecard, a media buying company in Miami that specializes in providing advertising to business and offers a barter component for trading services.

 

Community organizations served:

Board member and past chairman of the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, one of the top arts festivals in the U.S.

Works closely with the Coral Gables Business Improvement District (B.I.D.) to
produce the Coral Gables Map and other co-op advertising projects.

Board member of the Village of Key Biscayne Chamber of Commerce and chairs the marketing committee.

Appointed to the Economic Growth Committee for the Town of Cutler Bay.

Member of the Palmetto Bay Business Association.

Member of the Doral Business Council (DBC).

 

MiamiMaps works with more than 150 Miami-based businesses.

Advertisers include: City of Coral Gables, Town of Cutler Bay, Codina Partners, Fortune Realty, EWM, Cervera Real Estate, Coldwell Banker, Sonesta Hotels, Ritz-Carlton, Mercedes-Benz, HealthSouth, Mercy Hospital, Kendall RegionalMedical Center, Palmer Trinity School, Alexander Montessori Schools, GreenStreet Cafe, Ortanique, Tarpon Bend, Fleming’s, HH Jewels, Montica Jewelry, Southland Mall, South Miami-Dade Cultural Center and many more.

Steingold holds both a Bachelor of Arts degree and Master of Arts in Communications from the University of Miami.

Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is nestled between Coral Gables and Downtown Miami and is a sail away from Key Biscayne. This charming village is considered by many the "Jewel of Miami." Tourists and residents alike love Coconut Grove for its quaint village atmosphere, treelined streets, brick sidewalks and its proximity to Biscayne Bay.

For evening entertainment, visit the Coconut Grove Playhouse and experience "Broadway by the Bay," or choose from many other theaters and nightclubs located in the Grove.

The village is a shopper's delight. boutiques, art galleries, novelty shops and apparel stores line the quaint streets in the Downtown village. The Streets of Mayfair, Commodore Plaza and CocoWalk are home to some finer national retail stores. Shoppers are in paradise while browsing the streets of Coconut Grove.

Fishing and Sailing charters are available from the various Grove marinas. Bicycles, motor scooters, rickshaw rentals and roller skates let you experience the Grove at your leisure.

Coral Gables

Coral Gables' planners and developers were influenced by the City Beautiful movement of the early 1900s. Coral Gables offers residents tree-shaded streets radiating from ornate plazas, grand entranceways and plenty of green space. Founded by George Merrick in 1921, it is home to some of Miami's most historic sites.

Many buildings and districts of Coral Gables are meticulously preserved as historic landmarks, offering a glimpse at Merrick's grand vision. The Coral Gables City Hall and Douglas Road Entrance are two reminders of Coral Gables' history, reflecting the predominant Mediterranean style that flavors the city.

Coral Gables is home to many fine restaurants and cafes, and is ideal for scenic walks and after-dinner strolls. It includes the campus of the University of Miami and Fairchild Tropical Garden, with 83-acres of tropical plants from around the world. Coral Gables is a perfect spot for relaxing and enjoyable entertainment right outside the city limits of Miami.

Key Biscayne

Often overlooked, this island paradise located just six miles off the coast of Miami is as rich in history as it is in lush tropical beauty. Originally discovered by Ponce de Leon, it is still sought by divers and treasure-hunters for its remarkable coral reef, and its legendary sunken treasure. Tourists also seek it out for its serene beaches, romantic atmosphere, as well as its many great attractions, restaurants and shopping.

Because it is often overlooked by tourists, Key Biscayne is the recreational spot of choice for many Miamians. From bicycling, tennis, golf and fishing to kite boarding, windsurfing, sailing and waterbiking, Key Biscayne holds some of the best that Miami has to offer.

Home of the Miami Seaquarium (the original home of "Flipper" the dolphin) and frequent host to world-class tennis events, Key Biscayne is a fantastic spot for savvy tourists. Some of Miami's finest resorts are located along Key Biscayne's scenic sandy beaches, but more than 3 miles of its valuable beachfront real estate remains undeveloped.

Key Biscayne also offers the most breathtaking view of Miami's skyline imaginable.



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