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

Martin Bregman (via Wiki Commons)
Martin Bregman (via Wiki Commons)

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.