In this paper, we present the first amortized linear-time packing algorithm for the placement with symmetry constraints. We first introduce the concept of a symmetry island which is formed by modules of the same symmetry group in a single connected placement. Based on this concept and the B*-tree representation, we propose automatically symmetric-feasible B*-trees (ASF-B*-trees) to directly model the placement of a symmetry island. Unlike the previous works that can handle only ID symmetry constraints, our ASF-B*-tree is the first in the literature to additionally consider 2D symmetry. We then present hierarchical B*-trees (HB*-trees) which can simultaneously optimize the placement with both symmetry islands and non-symmetry modules. Unlike the previous works, our approach can guarantee the close proximity of symmetry modules and significantly reduce the search space based on the symmetry-island formulation. In particular, the packing time for an ASF-B*-tree or an HB*-tree is the same as that for a plain B*-tree (only amortized linear) and much faster than previous works which need at least loglinear time. Experimental results show that our approach achieves the best published quality and runtime efficiency for analog placement.