The Wyckoffs paid $516,500 for the property in Aug. 2003. The 1,524-square-foot condo was built in 1977.
Mr. Pereles is an arbitrator/mediator for Association for Conflict Resolution of Delaware Valley chapter.
He received his B.S. at Cornell University and his J.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Ms. Pereles is an associate professor of management and management information systems at Rowan University in New Jersey.
She has been collegiate professor since 1981. Her research interests are in the areas of non-traditional organizations, non-traditional workers, and teaching excellence. Her current work includes publications in labor arbitration and contingent workforce areas.
She also serves as organizational development consultant for nonprofit organizations in the Delaware Valley.
She received her Ph.D. in human resources administration and organizational development at Temple University in Human Resources Administration and Organizational Development, her M.B.A. in manpower policy at Widener University and her B.S. in mathematics and economics at St. Bonaventure University.
Mr. Wyckoff is chairman and chief executive officer at Wyckoff Farms, Inc. in Washington.
He has worked as a lawyer in Yakima County in Washington.
He received his J.D. at Duke University and B.A. at Whitman College.
The development is in Academy House Condominiums, a 30-story condominium building in Center City.
There were 384 condo sales in the Center City West in 2008, with a median sales price of $374,300.
Address: 1420 Locust Street
Buyer(s): Edward A Pereles and Kathleen L Pereles
Seller(s): David W Wyckoff and Priscilla G Wyckoff
Sale date: Jul. 2, 2009