It's likely just a crack in the walls, and the fact that it appears to be at right angles to the brick may be an indication that it was a preexisting crack in the brick that got sealed over after installation (and thus not caused by the stress on the new wall from the expansion material).
The cracks are not exactly at right angles to the wall, they are somewhat varied but all tend to be angled at about 15 degrees. My guess is the walls are settling due to the variable amount of expansion and contraction of the wall.
Even more cracking from documented cracks on the ground? This is a rock that is pushed through the street (at least in the photos, but probably actually directly onto the sidewalk) with a concrete spike stuck in it. The spike was probably removed and the concrete was pushed into the sidewalk as part of the required construction of the new building. Imagine how heavy a stick would have to be that if then was no weight pushing against the spike, it would break the concrete on the sidewalk and the rock would have broken through.
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