The most expensive penthouse at 40 Bleecker — and the second most expensive unit in the NoHo area — just hit the market with an $11 million price tag.

Encompassing the entire 12th floor of 40 Bleeker, Penthouse F spans 2,654 square feet of open interior living space with an additional 1,016 square feet of western-facing exterior space.

The thoroughly modern three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath unit also features 10-foot ceiling heights and a spacious living room encircled by windows. The penthouse also includes French oak flooring, Italian cerused oak cabinetry and a suite of Miele appliances.

Developed by Broad Street Development, 40 Bleecker stands 12 stories and houses a total of 61 units, ranging in size from 652 square feet to 2,654 square feet. One- to five-bedroom floorplans are available.

Among the building’s notable amenities are on-site parking, a swimming pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

40 Bleecker was thoughtfully designed by Rawlings Architects PC with interiors by Ryan Korban.

NoHo remains a distinctive, uber-trendy NYC neighborhood that was once home to artist Andy Warhol and the legendary music hall CBGB. Architecturally, style ranges from 19th-century to sleek, modern luxury high-rises.

The area continues to be a popular destination thanks to its vibrant nightlife scene, chic boutiques and cozy cafes.

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