StreetEasy accounts hacked, Staten Island gets seawall funding, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | February 20, 2019 - 11:00AM

Sensitive info like user names, emails, and partial credit cards from 1 million StreetEasy accounts were hacked (The Real Deal)

A mix of state, city, and federal funding will pay for a five-mile sea wall along Staten Island’s eastern shore, which was badly damaged during Hurricane Sandy (Crain’s)

Get to really know Hudson Yards, the city-within-the-city that’s changing the skyline—and more (New York Magazine)

A psychologist and a branding expert look into why everyone loves Trader Joe’s so much (Business Insider)

China-based Landsea Homes is bringing a 12-story mixed-use building with 50 apartments to the Flatiron District (The Real Deal)

Alice’s Tea Cup is opening its first non-Manhattan location this spring in Brooklyn Heights (Brownstoner)

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