Coorparoo (QLD) – still time to jump on the bandwagon ?? Coorparoo, which is only 4Km from City, seems to be going through a major gentrification thanks to the activity/hype created by the Coorparoo Square development. It is a mix of residential & commercial with some industry along the rail line, it’s recognised for its hillside character and pre-war housing. Mostly owner-occupied suburb. Mostly zoned as low-medium residential with parts as Character residential, mixed use zoning on Old Cleveland road and District Centre zoning at Coorparoo Junction. Coorparoo has its very own train station as well. There is some flood areas to watch for towards the train line. Demographics – Mostly young population (33years median age) – ~70% are less than 45years. Mostly professionals, managers, admin & sales workers – ~72% Coorparoo : Region Data Summary Here is what Council is doing to play its part in the makeover of Coorparoo. https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/sit...19_-_norman_creek_master_plan_-_coorparoo.pdf An old article, but still valid – The Coorparoo transformation begins Coorparoo Square @ Coorparoo Junction. A 3-tower high rise city-view Apartments, Cafes, Restaurants, Dendy Cinemas, Aldi Supermarket. And a future underground busway terminal directly under this development. Where is Coorparoo Square – Old Myer building (which has now been demolished to enable new building) located on Old Cleveland road. Right next to the RSL club, Woolworths, Coles, 3 major Banks and existing shops precinct. Coorparoo Square on the Architecture exhibition in Brisbane – Architecture exhibition shows off Brisbane's future personality Property prices are on the rise in the suburb and i think it may continue to happen for another 2-3 years given all the activity that is taking place. Thoughts ?