YOUR LIFE AT MORTON PLACE
We’ve built Morton Place to be more than just a form of accommodation. We wanted to set ourselves apart which is why we’ve built an entire community to help new residents settle in and enjoy their time in our charming city.
Every resident at Morton Place has their own private living space but also shares a large common area that includes facilities such as a generous kitchen, a big communal table and several private areas. There are many open areas in each Morton Place coliving space that are perfect for socialising, playing and working. In addition, guests are always welcome to visit and can even stay at the house guest room free of charge.
We understand that in order for our cohousing spaces to be comfortable and successful for everyone, we need to balance privacy and community to offer the best living experience. Although each resident has a private room to retreat to, privacy at Morton Place doesn’t mean confining yourself to your own room. Home offices, libraries and private sitting rooms means you aren’t stuck in your bedroom.
Cohousing for over 30’s
Most of our residents are aged 25-40 and we aim to have a no greater a gap then 15 years between our youngest and our most senior resident.
Who lives in Cohousing?
Cohousing at Morton Place is for professionals who want to meet fellow expatriates but who don’t necessarily have the time or possibility to meet people outside of work. Some residents have families in their home countries, others are nomads, but everyone chooses Morton Place for the shared living experience as well as the convenience.
What is included in my cohousing?
Your lease outlines all the costs which are included in your rental package, this includes all your utilities, maintenance, repairs and housekeeping. You have no surprise costs.
Can I register at Morton Place? "domiciliation?"
Yes, we are a fully registered business and you may register as a resident of Brussels.