Rich Weitzman | Colliers International | Philadelphia

Rich Weitzman

Senior Vice President | Philadelphia

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Professional Summary

Rich joined Colliers International in 2011. He has 23 years of retail real estate brokerage and development experience with significant automotive project specialization. His responsibilities include marketing, strategy implementation, coordination and review of market research with a special emphasis on financial analysis and leading lease review/negotiations. His well-developed technical knowledge of the real estate process gives him a broad understanding of the important principles that must be incorporated into a transaction.


Prior to joining Colliers, Rich was with SRS Real Estate Partners (formerly Staubach Retail). His experience over the last 23 years includes brokerage transactions along the East Coast, a variety of significant development projects, investment sales, and a specialty in the automotive world in transacting both dealerships and related property.


The Pennsylvania State University 


Temple University Real Estate Institute


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Featured Research
Mar 26, 2020
COVID-19 The Retail Impact in Greater Philadelphia
How the Coronavirus is affecting commercial real estate in the Greater Philadelphia Tri-State Region from our team of retail specialists
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Featured News
Apr 1, 2019
AutoLenders to Launch First Pennsylvania Dealership in Exton
Rich Weitzman, of Colliers International, has recently represented AutoLenders with the acquisition of 305 W. Lincoln Highway in Exton, PA.
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Mar 28, 2019
Colliers Facilitates Sale of Massive 26-Acre Former Budd Co. Plant
Colliers International, in conjunction with Max Spann Auctioneers, has sold an iconic property of Philadelphia’s industrial past that represents a massive footprint for future redevelopment. The former Budd Company site, in the City’s Nicetown-Tioga section, was once a rail, automotive and aeronautics manufacturing facility employing thousands before it closed in the early 2000s.
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