Prolific Hollywood producer Martin Bregman — known for classic films such as “Scarface,” “Dog Day Afternoon” and “Carlito’s Way” — has just listed his Park Avenue home.
The four-bedroom, four-and-half-bath pre-war apartment is currently on the market for $9,999,000, according to real estate brokerage Charles Rutenberg.
“This is an exceptional opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood history — right here in New York,” said Rutenberg President Stefani Markowitz. “From an aesthetic point of view, the apartment at once showcases classical European style with a modern Manhattan sensibility — another rare combination that is hard to come by in this market.”
Though he didn’t film some of his famous crime dramas at the residence, Bregman did shoot movies post-1993 there.
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Beyond film history, the home, built in 1917 by notable architect Emery Roth, features a large dining salon,living room with a decorative fireplace, windowed eat-in kitchen with adjacent butler’s pantry and a library with built-in wet bar.
And, of course, a movie projector.