The map depicts the street grid in the core old city of Pensacola; most of the grid and street names depicted are still intact today. Among the streets named on the Pintado plan are:
- Palafox Street (Calle de Palafox)
- Tarragona Street (Calle de Tarragona)
- Alcaniz Street (Calle de Alcaniz}
- Romana Street (Calle de Romana)
- Intendencia Street (Calle de la Intendencia)
- Government Street (Calle de Gobierno)
- Church Street (Calle de la Iglesia)
- Commendencia Street (Calle de la Commandancia)
- Barracks Street (Calle de los Quarteles)
- Brue Street and Manressa Street are depicted at the top of the map as "Bru" and "Manresa"
What is now Zaragoza Street is not contiguous on the Pintado plan, but rather split among streets labelled "Calle de la Recova" and "Calle del Tivoli de Reding". The shoreline is depicted near where present-day Main Street would be.
Confusingly, what is now Seville Square is depicted as "Plaza de Fernando 70" (Plaza of Ferdinand VII), while the plaza to the west that currently bears that name is called "Plaza de la Constitución" (Constitution Plaza).