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UWS condo Ivy Park isn’t inspired by Beyoncé, has apartments priced from $885,000

The building takes its name from its planted private entry courtyard

If you google Ivy Park, the first—and pretty much only—thing that shows up in search is Beyoncé’s active wear brand of the same name. But an intrepid little Upper West Side development has decided to take on the SEO gods by donning the same moniker.

The development, at the corner of West 107th Street and Columbus Avenue, is the work of developer Borough Equities, who have teamed up with the site’s preexisting owner, The Pentecostal Church of God, to develop a 15-condo building with a new church in its base.

The condos range from a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment asking $885,000 to a three-bedroom, two-bath penthouse asking $2.75 million. Evan Shaffer of Douglas Elliman is handling sales, which are expected to launch in the next week or so. Apartments will feature white oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and Hansgrohe polished fixtures.

In a disappointing turn of events, the building is not in fact inspired by Queen Bey, but is instead named after its 1,000-square-foot ivy-decked entry courtyard. Other building amenities include a gym, rooftop lounge, bike room, and storage space for each apartment.

Per YIMBY, demolition started on the existing single-story church in September 2015, with construction expected to wrap up in January or February of next year. That construction update also came with the first, and only rendering of the building to date until now. Take a peek at the freshly-unveiled interiors and floorplans above and below.