The retail center, known as Rolling Ridge Plaza, wasrepositioned under Kensington's ownership. Encompassing 85,575 sf,it stands at 2959 Chino Ave.

Kensington was represented by Tom Robinson of NewportBeach-based NTC Commercial.

The economic slowdown has pushed the number of retail propertysales in the Inland Empire down, but several big retail projectsare still under way across the region. The retail market here isbuoyed by the Inland Empire's rapidly increasing number ofresidents, as the region is still among California's fivefastest-growing areas. Although still small compared to neighboringcounties, the Inland Empire's retail segment is maturing.

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