WinnCompanies executives and developers joined with Paterson New Jersey Mayor André Sayegh and state and local leaders to celebrate the completion of a $26 million building effort that featured new construction and historic adaptive reuse techniques centered around the 19th century Argus Mill in Paterson’s Great Falls Historic District. Mill Street Square is a four-story, 7,700-square-foot historic brick mill being turned into six loft-style, two-bedroom apartments, with programming space for the non-profit Grandparents Relatives Care Resource Center (GRCRC). All 74 apartments are LIHTC units, with 52 units targeted to multi-generational households with grandparents raising their grandchildren and earning less than 50 percent of the area median income. Families meeting the grand-family definition will be eligible for project-based rental assistance from the Paterson Housing Authority. The remaining 22 units are for families earning below 80 percent of AMI, also under the LIHTC program.