​SM& client WinnDevelopment is mentioned in a piece defending special tax breaks on Forbes.com. Peter J. Reilly cites Winn's utilization of the Historic Preservation Tax Incentives (HPTI) program to rescue and convert the vacant Cliftex Mills in New Bedford, Massachusetts into Manomet Place, a 76-unit mixed-income housing complex for seniors age 55 and older. As Winn has proven time and time again, historic tax credits spur private investment in the rehabilitation of historic buildings, creating jobs and serving as a catalyst for long-term economic development for the surrounding communities.Click here to read Reilly's post and the lively discussion in the comments section on how programs like the HTC are being threatened by sequestration and federal budget cuts