The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

Rob Speyer once interviewed O.J. in the ’90s, and other anecdotes. [NY Mag]

New private schools spin, spin, spin to lure check-signers in tough times. [Crain’s]

The ‘Wick garners national attention (if Philly’s national). [Inquirer via Brownstoner]

Cushman & Wakefield retail prediction: bad to worse. [CPN]

Americans spending less, saving more, and why this is dreadful news. [NY Times]

Howard Roark is back in vogue. [TRD]

"Department stores are dinosaurs": Macy’s chops 4 percent of workforce. [CNN/Money]

Amenities-making at 20 Pine stopped for a week, Shvo announces. [TRD]

Bloomberg and LiMandri today explainand explainbuilding permit review (see above clip courtesy of The Observer‘s Azi Paybarah).

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