Mill No. 5 offers loft spaces for tech start-ups, artists, and independent retail. It is a dining, shopping and entertainment destination with a farm-to-table cafe, an independent movie theater, black box theater, and New England's Smallest Drive-In. The interior of the mill is composed of salvaged historic buildings from throughout New England, arranged as an interior streetscape. The mill was built by an ancestor of Andy Warhol's muse, Edie Sedwgick, in 1828.