I have lived in the grid-based logic of Miami Area and the grid impossible of Orlando, Florida area (different also because it is dozens of burgs and not one central city that grew together). While you can certainly know the location upon hearing the address and know how to get there, each place loses itself and I realized that driving in Largo Florida (that is also grid-based and across the state) that I could not have said from a photo that it was not in Miami, with all the same plants, franchises, street signs, building styles everything! Some parts of each city are iconic, but the majority of both is a big blur of sameness.
By contrast, finding your way around the Orlando area is difficult, but almost every location is unique, not to be confused easily with some other town, or location within Orlando, as even the urban sprawl is pretty distinct from place to place. I think this has subtle psychological effects on long-term residents that “my home” or “my neighborhood” has a different meaning where you can tell at a glance where you are.