Santilli: Crossroads surprised by $500K ‘Superman’ building pledge

Updated at 11:10 a.m.

KAREN A. SANTILLI, CEO and president of Crossroads Rhode Island, is excited about the $500,000 pledge that High Rock Development LLC promised to the nonprofit as part of the 'Superman' building renovation project. But, she hopes the developers will honor that pledge. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
KAREN A. SANTILLI, CEO and president of Crossroads Rhode Island, is excited about the $500,000 pledge that High Rock Development LLC promised to the nonprofit as part of the 'Superman' building renovation project. But, she hopes the developers will honor that pledge. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – The top executive for Crossroads Rhode Island was surprised but nonetheless happy to hear that the local nonprofit would get $500,000 if a proposed renovation of the long-vacant "Superman" building is approved. As part of High Rock Development LLC’s $220 million plan to convert the city’s tallest building into a mixed-use residential, retail…

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