The noodles will keep flowing.

The East Village building that houses David Chang’s flagship Momofuku and the smaller building next door have been sold for $14 million or just under $1,100 per foot, a very high per foot price.

The buyer is a Miami real estate investor who felt that the southern market was overpriced and wanted to also invest in the Big Apple, said Adelaide Polsinelli of Compass, who marketed the properties along with her son, Trystan.

The buildings sit in a prime area along First Avenue between East 10th and 11th streets and have under-market retail leases. But the apartments get market rents — one of which is renting for $8,800 per month.

She said if that apartment was updated, it could fetch $10,000 per month — on the Lower East Side, on First Avenue.

Noodle king Chang has been a tenant for roughly 16 years at the cast-iron building at 171 First Ave. where he signed a 10-year renewal in 2015. This building also has four full-floor residential lofts.

The adjacent three-story 169 First Ave. has an eyewear retail tenant, a 60-foot rear garden, a free-market duplex apartment and 6,508 feet of air rights to plump it all up.

Chang’s prep kitchen is in another building on the same block.