Jack Townhouses

The history of Jack.

The story of AE Jack is one of perseverance and vision. From a penniless blacksmith to a prosperous businessman, the tale echoes the story of the Jack site itself. Watch the video to find out more.

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A Tasmanian boxing champion in 1929, it was the great depression that made Arthur E. Jack, fondly known as Fatty Jack, switch his focus from boxer to business. Struggling to find work, he used to clean bricks until he started his business in Margaret St, Launceston in 1932. Struggling over the first few months, it wasn't until architects started using A.E Jack that it set its place as the major steel works business in Launceston.

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