The origin of this neighborhood of maze-like and round streets dates back to 1924 but it was not until December, 2005 that the law that made it another neighborhood of the city of Buenos Aires was passed.
The boundaries of this young neighborhood are the following streets and avenues: La Pampa, Av. De los Constituyentes, Av. Gral. B. Victoria, Av. de los Incas y Av. Triunvirato.
The Barrio Parque Chas hosts among its diagonal streets and its squares English style buildings and a school next to the San Alfonso Church, the old house made of bricks manufactured in this neighborhood and a special subway station. Almost in the center of this neighbourhood, in the six corners that form the following streets: Gándara, Avalos and Diagonal Benjamín Victoria there is a fountain that has been renewed recently.
However, the special feature of this neighborhood is that many of its streets are not straight so when you walk along some of them, you may turn up right where you began.