“Scarface” producer’s Park Avenue pad asks $10M

Legendary Hollywood producer Martin Bregman, known for “Scarface,” “Dog Day Afternoon,” and “The Adventures of Pluto Nash,” is listing his Park Avenue apartment.

Bregman wants just under $10 million for the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom pre-war, located at 417 Park Avenue. He tapped Karen Loew and Stefani Markowitz of Charles Rutenberg to market his home.

“This is an exceptional opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood history – right here in New York,” Rutenberg president Stefani Markowitz said in a press release. “

Bregman filmed movies post-1993 in the apartment, which is in a white-glove building.

Built in 1917 by architect, Emery Roth, the co-op apartment is designed in a classical European style, featuring a dining salon, a grand living room with a decorative fireplace, an eat-in kitchen and an intimate library with its own movie projection.