New York, NY (PRWEB) October 05, 2016
Manhattan real estate brokerage, Charles Rutenberg, today announced its exclusive listing of legendary Hollywood producer Martin Bregman’s Manhattan apartment at 417 Park Avenue, #6W. The exquisite 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath pre-war residence is now listed for $9,999,000.
“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.
Bregman, producer of American crime dramas including “Scarface,” “Dog Day Afternoon,” and “Caltito’s Way,” filmed movies post-1993 in this very home. The residence is situated in a white-glove, full-service luxury building located at one of Park Avenue’s most elite addresses.
Built in 1917 by renowned architect, Emery Roth, the home is of classical European style, with a modern Manhattan sensibility. Featuring an expansive floor plan, the apartment comes complete with a dining salon accommodating up to 12; a grand living room with a decorative fireplace; a windowed eat-in kitchen with adjacent butler’s pantry; and an intimate library room with its own built-in wet bar and movie projection.
Three of its four bedrooms, including its master, feature a decorative fireplace. Custom-built his and hers master bathrooms, dressing room, plentiful closet space and custom cabinetry throughout the master, adds extra layers of extravagance to this remarkable home.
Rounding out this exceptional residence, is a built-in maid’s room (or perfect home office area), bath and laundry room.
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Rutenberg, recently lauded as one of the top five largest real estate brokers in New York City, has more than 600 experienced agents. Co-founded in 2007 by Wall Street IPO expert Richie Friedman, Rutenberg's 100% commission model allows agents to earn twice as much per deal than at traditional firms. Today, Rutenberg President Stefani Markowitz, Friedman's granddaughter, runs a professional operation that focuses on agent effectiveness, industry knowledge and entrepreneurial support. Rutenberg partnered with real estate coach Esther Muller to advance an in-depth continuing education program. Agents choose Rutenberg for the supportive atmosphere to empower their careers and expert coaching to close complicated deals, in addition to keeping their full commissions. To learn more about Rutenberg’s model, leadership team and review agent listings, visit http://www.RutenbergNYC.com/