Evolving from its original settlement, often through gentrification, innovation and vision, a small town progresses from humble beginnings into sophistication, becoming a beautiful place to live, socialise and grow.
Many of the world’s great cities have seen areas on the edge of their CBDs evolve from industrial beginnings, celebrating their often mechanised yet intricate architecture. New York City’s Meatpacking District on Manhattan’s west, along with Fitzroy on Melbourne’s east, embody this compelling growth. Albeit modest in scale, Launceston has followed this pathway, seeing striking industrial buildings and sites upcycled into places of class, ideal for not just living.
Not dissimilar to acclaimed adaptively reused sites around Launceston, including the award-winning Launceston Sub-station and the redevelopment of the CH Smith site, the AE Jack site has long been a local icon begging for vision. A unique and inspired collaboration between Launceston’s experienced and visionary architects, developers and builders has seen the AE Jack site reborn.
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