Will Moscowitch | Colliers International | Charleston

Will Moscowitch

Senior Brokerage Associate

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Professional Summary

As a Senior Brokerage Associate in the Charleston office, I focus on the sale and leasing of retail properties, including shopping centers, high streets and single-tenant properties. My clients come to me because of my creativity and passion for what I do. My goal is to educate my clients by utilizing my experience in real estate and in the food and beverage industry.


I enjoy being an integral part of growing someone’s business. Being in a city as beautiful as Charleston, I look forward to working with people to carry on the city’s historic traditions while also being innovative.


Having a passion for food, I was proud to complete a deal for a 6,000-square-foot facility for Primal Supply Meats in Philadelphia. This facility included production, retail and a test kitchen. I feel accomplished in the success of the deals I’ve been a part of and the longevity of the relationships that have developed along the way.


BA, University of Delaware

Memberships & Involvements

In my spare time I enjoy live music, traveling and unique culinary experiences. I enjoy that my profession often includes deals that will be beneficial to my community.




Bars, Consultancy Services, Investment Properties, Lease Administration, Project Leasing, Restaurants
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Types
Retail, Land
Featured Research
Aug 5, 2020
2020 Q2 Retail Charleston Report
COVID-19 accelerates evolution of Charleston retail market-Retailers are altering their shops and restaurants in order to provide a safe environment and positive experience for all consumers.
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May 5, 2020
2020 Q1 Retail Charleston Report
Retailers create a “new normal” due to COVID-19-During the COVID-19 temporary closures, many retailers used the time for deep cleaning and revamping business structures.
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Feb 17, 2020
2019 Q4 Retail Charleston Report
Core retail occupancy trends upward-Core vacancy rates have tightened throughout the market and new construction may be necessary in order to meet retail demand in these areas.
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