In the News: Hampton Chutney Co. Is Moving Within Delivery Range

courtesy Hampton Chutney Co••• Hampton Chutney Co. is moving from Prince Street to 143 Grand (Crosby/Lafayette), with “probably double the seating,” the owner told DNAinfo. Even better: “She plans to expand their delivery zone to Tribeca and further downtown, and stay open later.”

••• “City Winery’s Web site was infiltrated this month by an ‘outside third party'”—redundant, that—”that used high-tech malware to access customers’ credit-card information. Anyone who bought tickets for shows at the West Village venue from March 8 to March 11 may have been affected by the breach.” —New York Post

••• If you couldn’t get enough of the loft of Jennifer Blumin and James Ramsey, Rue has lots more pix and a Q&A.

••• An update on 3 World Trade Center: “The concrete core has reached the 14th floor and for the first time, steel and concrete are going up at the same time. Floors above 14 are basically repetitive, and by summer, the tower will be adding one floor per week en route to its full 80-story height. […] ‘The steel will top out in December 2016. By 2018 we’ll have a finished building,’ [Larry] Silverstein said.'” —New York Post

••• Brookfield Place’s office towers are filling up. “The vacancy rate is under 5 percent [….] The figure will inch upward later this year when the New York Mercantile Exchange downsizes into half the space it now has at 300 Vesey St. (formerly 1 North End Ave.).” —New York Post