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All renderings of The Symon via Volley Studio All renderings of The Symon via Volley Studio
While new boutique condominium The Symon is not quite in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District—only half a block out—it is nevertheless deeply influenced by the neighborhood. Development partnership of Lonicera Partners, Orange Management, and The Davis Companies named it in honor the patriarch of the entrepreneurial and philanthropic Schermerhorn family, the namesake of its street address. Additionally, architect Studio DB gave it the natural materials, classic detailing, hand-laid brick, arched windows, and canopied entryway that evoke the style and character of historic buildings throughout the neighborhood. Construction of the 13-story building recently topped out, and sales have just launched.
76-Schermerhorn-Street-2 Apartment interiors
Studio DB was also in charge of interiors of the 59 one- through four-bedroom units, which boast oversized divided-light windows, large solid panel doors, crown molding accents, eight-inch baseboards, entry foyers with inlaid wood flooring medallions, and custom-washed oak floors throughout. The kitchens feature custom raised-panel cabinetry, marble countertops, and high-end appliances and fixtures. Select units offer expansive private outdoor terraces with built-in gas grills.

Current availabilities range from $805K for a one-bedroom to $3.35 million for a four-bedroom penthouse with private roof terrace. Closings are estimated to begin in spring 2020.

"We drew inspiration from historic buildings and elements throughout the neighborhood, while infusing contemporary details throughout." - Britt and Damian Zunino, Studio DB

76-Schermerhorn-Street-3 Lobby
Upon entering The Symon, an attended lobby with hand-painted wall coverings, custom oak panelings, marble floor patterns, and a combination of Old World and modern furnishings makes an elegant welcome and sets the tone for the luxury within. Additional amenities include a private lounge, gym with Peloton equipment, children’s playroom, and roof deck with scenic vistas of Brooklyn Heights.
The building also offers bike spaces and a limited number of on-site indoor automatic parking spaces for purchase, but it is conveniently located near 13 subway stops. Closer to home, the Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Barclays Center, and several popular shopping and dining options are a short walk away. Any trip outside the building will take place on a beautiful block of exquisitely preserved architecture.
Brooklyn-01 Brooklyn townhouses via Flickr - Marcos Rivera
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