The Marketplace at Windingwalk in Eastlake was recently acquired by an affiliate of insurer Zurich, for $51 million. Local brokers say San Diego County retail properties are expected to remain in high demand for the rest of 2016 and beyond, with limited new construction underway. Photo courtesy of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank

The Marketplace at Windingwalk in Eastlake was recently acquired by an affiliate of insurer Zurich, for $51 million. Local brokers say San Diego County retail properties are expected to remain in high demand for the rest of 2016 and beyond, with limited new construction underway. Photo courtesy of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank

— A continued influx of tourists and new residents is expected to keep San Diego County retail space in tight supply as rents continue to rise this year at the most coveted locations, according to a newly released report by the brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap...

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