Constitucion was fist called "La Convalecencia", then "Mercado del Alto" and later "Mercado Constitución", a name which was given in tribute of constitution of the Republic of Argentina. It is a densely populated area of Buenos Aires, with thousands of people walking its streets daily. The Estacion Constitución (Constitution Station) is a very important center of communication, connecting the southern areas of the Province of Buenos Aires with the Capital. The area developed around the "Mercado de Constitución" where the different stalls would appear at early hours of the morning and be filled with merchandise. Close to this there soon appeared small hotels and "pulperias" (bars). Today it remains quite the same, with everything revolving around the Train Station and Bus Terminal of Constitucion, and this is the place to go if you want to take a train to La Plata, or even as far as Mar del Plata, or a bus to any part of the Capital of Province, for example the 60, which will take you to Tigre. This is also the end station of the C subway that goes from Costitucion to Retiro, another very important transportation center of the City of Buenos Aires.
The area has a lot of aged, and kind of run-down, buildings and constructions, mixed with a few newer apartment buildings. It is an uneven neighborhood, with a lot of movement around the station during the day, and at night very quiet and empty leaving only a few bars open for the people that happen to be staying the night in one of the near-by hotels.
The two Avenues that go through this part of the City Buenos Aires, the "25 de Mayo" and the "9 de Julio".
- Rentals and Sales of Houses, Apartments, Offices, Town House, and other Properties in Constitución.
- Real Estate Constitución.
- Sales, rentals, short term, commercial, student accommodation, holiday lets and apartment share.
- Owner reltals, Owner Sale,
- Constitucion limits with the following areas: Barracas, Parque Patricios, San Cristobal, Abasto, Monserrat and San Telmo.