Corcoran agent among women to be honored for Brooklyn civic service

TRD New York /
Mar.March 28, 2011 04:12 PM

Sue Wolfe, a senior vice president and associate broker with the Corcoran Group, will be honored along with 30 other women in Brooklyn for their contributions to the borough by Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes at a ceremony in the county supreme court tomorrow. Wolfe hails from the Boerum Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn, and she said she has brokered the sales of 10 brownstone homes in the area over the past two years. She also served as president of the Boerum Hills Association for six years and is currently leading a campaign to overhaul Thomas Greene Park off Third Avenue in Fort Hill, according to the DA’s office. “I hope it brings attention to the park,” Wolfe said. The plan calls for a new swimming pool, an adjacent building with a community center, a skate park, a playground, a picnic area and a lawn for screening movies. “We have monies from politicians and the borough president for the first phase, but we need funds for the whole renovation,” she said. “Right now it’s an industrial area, and there is very little space for kids to play outside.” TRD

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