Ezeiza is made up by the following areas: Tristán Suárez, Ezeiza, La Unión, Carlos Spegazzini, and José Canning.
Ezeiza is located in Southern Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Ezeiza is currently linked to the city of Buenos Aires by the train that starts in Constitución Station and completely transformed the locality of Ezeiza. The train changed Ezeiza from mainly agricultural area, to residential with a large number weekend houses. This tendency has remained until today, and it is common to see people choosing Ezeiza as their permanent residence.
The Richieri highway makes it much easier to reach Ezeiza, increasing the residential tendency. There are two main accesses to Ezeiza, the continuation of the Pavon Avenue, that communicates the central area of Monte Grande with the rest of the localities of Southern Greater Buenos Aires. The other access is through the highway Number 58 which connects with the center of Buenos Aires City.
Ezeiza is a rather new area in Southern Greater Buenos Aires that includes the International airport named Ministro Piztarini, but more commonly known as Ezeiza Airport. Ezeiza was founded on October 20th, 1994, by means of the Law Number 11550, using lands formerly part of the Esteban Echeverría District.
- Rentals and Sales of Houses, Apartments, Offices, Gated Community, Town House, and other Properties.
- Real Estate Ezeiza.
- Sales, rentals, short term, commercial, student accommodation, holiday lets y de apartment share.
- Owner reltals, Owner Sale,
- Ezeiza limits with the areas of: Presidente Perón, San Vicente, Cañuelas, Esteban Echeverria; and to the West with La Matanza.