Urban Assembly exec buys Brooklyn 2BD

Medium 178f3d2167474b1f7c14f73e5d5dd2cd Perrin H. Wicks and John D. Butterworth bought a two-bedroom, one-bath home at 200 Congress Street in Brooklyn from Courtney A. Kelley and David B. Latzer for $735,000 on Sept. 30.

Kelley and Latzer paid $735,000 for the property in Jan. 2007. The 1,100-square-foot Unit #2C is part of the 200 Congress Street development, which was built in 1952 and houses 114 units in the six-story building.

Wicks is the director of Partnerships at the Urban Assembly, an organization that starts and supports new small public high schools in NYC.

She received her bachelor's degree in art history from Yale University and her M.B.A. in public administration from Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at NYU.

Latzer is a regional vice president at Anodyne Health.

Prior to joining Anodyne, he served as senior manager at Ernst & Young.

He graduated from New York University and the University of Pennsylvania.

According to BlockShopper.com, there have been 8 condo sales in Brooklyn during the past 12 months, with a median sales price of $445,000.