Peter Vick

Peter Vick

Senior Vice President

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Professional Summary

As Senior Vice President and Co-Director of the Retail Services Team, Peter specializes in site selection, tenant and landlord representation, land sales and investment sales.

He has handled project leasing for existing and ground-up developments. Recent signature assignments include West Broad Village, The Row at GreenGate, Libbie Mill Midtown, and Winterfield Crossing, all mixed-use projects located in Richmond, VA. He has worked with tenants such as Starbucks, Crunch Fitness, Verizon, Lidl, Bonefish, Carrabba’s, Food Lion, Xfinity, Virginia ABC, 7-Eleven, Burger King, Mellow Mushroom, Kona Grill, Arby’s, Zaxby’s, Golfsmith, Advanced Auto and numerous other local and national  retailers. He has handled the disposition of numerous commercial investment sales that include grocery anchored shopping centers as well as single tenant NNN sales. Peter has been involved in the leasing of over two million square feet of commercial space and the disposition/acquisition of over $150M in sales.

Prior to joining Colliers, Peter was Senior Vice President of Retail Sales and Leasing at Divaris Real Esate in Richmond, VA. Before that, Peter began his real estate career in 2008 with The Wilton Companies in their Third-Party Brokerage Department. In 2010, he joined NAI Eagle as a founding partner and principal.


  • University of Richmond - Bachelor of Arts degree

Memberships & Involvements

  • Member, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
  • ​Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate (GRACRE)
  • Virginia Real Estate Brokers License
  • North Carolina Real Estate License



Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Types
Retail, Land


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