The apartment formerly owned by
Marco Mattiacci the late Ferrari dealerget ready for itRoffredo Gaetani di Laurenzana dell'Aquila d'Aragona Lovatelli is taking the market for another spin. Almost two years ago the pad at 554 Broome Street skidded in asking $3.5 million via the two bachelors who bought it from the late Gaetani. Apparently no one was wooed: following an accelerated rental occupancy the Post picked up that it returns as a $15,000 per month, furnished rental. The interiors of the two-bedroom, two-bathroom home ooze the legacy of the luxury brand, from its "Ferrari red" custom kitchen to its gracious Italian marble fireplace. The bachelors were so enamored with Gaetani's interiors, that they left them largely intact upon moving in. The Post also notes that the home is being rented with a century-old olive press designed by Arturo Di Modica, also behind the Wall Street bull. Between the pressnot exactly standard fare in all homesand the ginormous, bull-head sculpture hanging on the living room wall also designed by Di Modica, its clear the artist's got a fan in the owner.