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BlueGatePartners LLC has secured senior construction financing for the developers of the Devan, a Class A apartment project to be built in Jersey City

BlueGate Lines Up Financing for Multifamily on Jersey City/Hoboken Border 

BlueGatePartners LLC, on behalf of Hoboken-based Ursa Development Group and Fields Development, has secured senior construction financing for the Devan, a $150-million, 336-unit, Class-A transit-oriented multifamily development in Jersey City, along the Jersey City/Hoboken border. Terms of the financing weren’t disclosed. 

The Devan will offer convenient access to the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail stop as well as NJ Transit and PATH stations, allowing residents an easy commute to the major employment centers throughout the New York City metro area. Additionally, residents will have a short walk to Hoboken’s popular Washington Street, lined with multiple shopping, dining, and nightlife options. 

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