Jack C. Stein House, Fourth St. Apartments

  • Fourth Street Apartments were built in 1995
  • The northwest duplex was dedicated to Jack C. Stein on September 25, 2000

One of the most important components of Tech’s Olympic Legacy is seven residence halls. They represent the finest student housing offered on campus, and they add several thousand beds to Georgia Tech's residental capacity. 

The Fourth Street Apartments, where the Stein House is located, comprise one of the seven residential facilities and an important part of Georgia Tech's Olympic legacy. This complex is composed of four duplexes. Tech is proud to honor Jack C. Stein's life and his contribution to Tech by naming the northwest duplex of the Fourth Street Apartments for Jack C. Stein. 

 

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Honorary - Georgia Tech is a beneficiary of Jack Stein’s entrepreneurial skills. He donated property to Georgia Tech, and the proceeds from its sale were invested in two endowment funds – a smaller one for student scholarships, with preference for those from Bimini in the Bahamas, where he loved to fish, and a larger one for unrestricted use.

Jack Stein

Jack Stein was in his early days as a student at Georgia Tech when he helped his father to found the Stein Printing Company, and he became the owner of a fourth of the company at its founding.  By the time he graduated, he took over the entire company and undertook a number of entrepreneurial ventures during his life, from building a nursing home to investing in real estate.