Inspired by the historic, Brooklyn-based Schermerhorn family, whose name dates back to the 1600's, The Symon is set to rise at the edge of the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. At 12-storeys, the Eugene Colberg-designed condo building will be replace the turn-of-the-century Brooklyn Health Center, thereby bringing new life to one of the oldest cities in America. 

The Symon, as it will appear upon completion, image via Volley Studio

Developed by Lonicera Partners, Orange Management Inc., and The Davies Companies, the 59-unit condo project will soon be home to upwards of 75 residents. Centrally located, and close to transit, shops, restaurants, and bars, the Brooklyn Heights adjacent project will be a prime address for Brooklynites of all stripes. 

76 Schermerhorn Street, former site of the Brooklyn Health Center, image via Google Maps

Available in a mix of configurations and sizes - from 1- to 4-bedrooms - suites at The Symon will fit most every budget from luxury to ultra-luxury, and everywhere in-between. Scheduled for completion sometime next year, The Symon will make for a fine addition to central Brooklyn. 

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