Villa Luro is a relatively small area in the west part of the City of Buenos Aires. Its name comes from one of the largest landowner of the area, Dr. Pedro Luro, who was a doctor and a real estate investor. He was everything between a national diplomat to one of the people that colonized a large part of the city of Mar del Plata south of Buenos Aires. The majority of the population were Italian, Spaniards, Basoues, and Portuguese. They seeded the lands to cultivate fruits and vegetables and raise animals, all of which were sold in the neighborhood.
Villa Luro is a strong area that is becoming better and better with each day. It has apartment buildings and its houses are low with a sub-urban feeling around them, with the exception of the houses surrounding the main avenues.
Around the 1970´s the first slaughterhouses were inaugurated in the proximities of Villa Luro, bringing along a great increase in the population, since a lot of industries having to do with cattle arrived to the area.
In the beginning the houses were very humble, acquired under easy terms mostly by railroad workers who made their houses with a single room, a bathroom and kitchen. The main ways of transportation were the street car and later the train.
December 1st the "Día del Barrio de Villa Luro" (Villa Luro Neighborhoods Day) is celebrated.
- Rentals and Sales of Houses, Apartments, Offices, Town House, and other Properties in Villa Luro.
- Real Estate Villa Luro.
- Sales, rentals, short term, commercial, student accommodation, holiday lets and apartment share.
- Owner reltals, Owner Sale,