On the Market: Poor Door Controversy Moves to Greenpoint; Brokers Now Producing Fictional Films to Sell Properties; Jennifer Lopez Ejects Squatter from Southhampton Estate

Poor door panic! Greenpointers rage against separate, lower-class entrance to Chetrit condo. [Crain’s]
They also hate the city’s plans to pay for new parks with luxury condo towers. [Bk Paper]
French family owns a castle in the Loire Valley, but they’re totally laid back about it. [NYT]
Too much! Sellers and brokers are now producing actual movies to sell high-end homes. [WSJ]
Stores damaged by Sandy will get city funds to fix up their facades, exteriors. [Crain’s]
In a bid to keep its tenants, Gehry’s 8 Spruce is forgoing a rent increases. [NYT]
Christian Candy drops $35 million on the former Knoedler Gallery on East 70th. [WSJ]
Fashion designer Rachael Roy leaves duplex Chelsea rental. [TRD]
Jennifer Lopez kicks pool house squatter out of her Southhampton estate. [Daily News]
Wells Fargo axes 2,300 employees, points to rising interest rates, less mortgage refinancing. [CNN]
Yes, Hell’s Kitchen is, has been, and will be, gentrifying. [WSJ]
Walking Bed-Stuy with broker, blogger, and tour guide Morgan Munsey. [NYT]
Four ways to get a cheap apartment in New York. (The catch: none of them are easy.) [TRD]
Harlem residents reluctant to budge, let newcomers rebrand neighborhood as “Noha.” [Daily News]