New York Senator Ruben Diaz is reportedly furious over the Bronx's largest gay rights group setting up shop in a building named after him and supported by his non-profit.

Bronx Pride has relocated inside the Rev. Ruben Diaz Gardens, a 12-story, 111-unit mixed use building funded by the New York City Housing and Development Corporation and backed by Diaz's non-profit, the New York Post reported.

After a weekend move, the group is expected to open for business on Monday.

Diaz, a Pentecostal minister, vehemently opposed Governor Andrew Cuomo's plan to make New York the sixth state to legalize gay marriage and was the only Democrat in the Senate to vote against the measure in June.

“He's furious,” an unnamed source told the paper. “It's such a direct shot at him.”

Bronx Pride Executive Director Dirk McCall said he found the coincidence amusing.

“It [just] happens to be entertaining that the building's named after someone who opposes marriage for us,” McCall said.