Agronomia was one of the first suburbs of the "Ciudad de la Santísima Trinidad"(City of the Holy Trinity), which was the name that Juan de Garay gave Buenos Aires when he refounded it in 1580, although it was never adopted by the people. The neighbourhood of Agronomia was in reality named after the "Instituto Superior de Agronomia y Veterinaria" (Superior Institute for Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine), when the University was inagurated on September 25th, 1904. Soon afer this the area started to get populated by immigrants, students and workers coming from the surrounding provinces to set up their new home in the recently founded suburb.
Today Agronomia, is one of the least populated zones in Buenos Aires, it is full of the traditionally low houses, has streets lined with trees, and can be a true labyrinth for anyone used to streets with only right angles. Most of its houses are not higher than two stories and some of them are of English style. It is a quiet neighbourhood that radiates peace to its visitors, who on a walk through the area can enjoy the scents of the country and might see animals resting in the shade of a tree. Agronomia, unlike other areas of Buenos Aires, preserves an ecological equilibrium, and is actually considered a symbol in this matter. An image which will strengthen even more when the institutions that support the environments start their consolidation.
The area of Agronomia was born alongside the University at the beginning of the twentieth century. The main park was for a long time a local pride, and even today with the advancement of apartment buildings, it is still a place that each day manages to gather the neighbours wanting to enjoy some quiet time and fresh air.
The 25th of September is the day of Agronomia.
- Rentals and Sales of Houses, Apartments, Offices, Town House, and other Properties in Agronomía.
- Real Estate Agronomía.
- Sales, rentals, short term, commercial, student accommodation, holiday lets and apartment share.
- Owner reltals, Owner Sale,
- Agronomía limits with the following areas: Paternal, Villa del Parque, Villa Devoto, Villa Ortuzar, Villa Pueyrredón and Villa Urquiza.