NAPLES, Fla. — While residential real estate weakness is causing some concern among retail landlords, a resulting “flight to quality” is good news for market leaders in prime locations, a panel of retail real estate owners said at the RBC Capital Markets Consumer Conference here last week. “Over the long run, this [housing slowdown] will play itself out. There are forces at work on the positive and negative side,” said Jeff Olson, chief executive officer of Equity One, a major supermarket ...

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