Christopher Sacht concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial real estate, affordable housing finance, and commercial/industrial and asset-based lending. His practice includes the representation of banks and other financial institutions.
Chris also represents community development corporations as well as Massachusetts state agencies and institutional lenders in affordable housing transactions. These transactions often include multiple parties involving layers of public and private debt and equity, as well as the use of governmental programs and tax credits.
Prior to joining Hackett Feinberg, Chris worked at a mid-sized firm in Concord, New Hampshire in a variety of practice areas, including corporate, energy, commercial real estate, and litigation.
Chris resides in Milton with his wife and two children.
- J.D., Boston College Law School, 2000
- B.A., Cornell University, 1995
- Former Co-Chair, Real Estate Finance Committee, Boston Bar Association
Chris represents banks, non-bank lenders, and borrowers in finance transactions that include:
- Commercial real estate finance including acquisition, construction, and permanent financing for hotels, industrial, and off-campus student housing projects around the country, affordable housing projects in New England, and other commercial properties
- Revolving credit, equipment, and term facilities
- Participations and syndicated deals
- Intercreditor arrangements among lenders
- Asset-based lending and cash flow loans
- Forbearance and workouts of distressed and defaulted loans