After Morton Place Parvis launched in 2011 and Morton Place Châtelain in 2015, MP Louise is the third house in the Morton Place group of beautiful shared homes for international professionals in Brussels.
The heart of each house is the common area for members to cook, relax, or work: a generous kitchen with a large communal table, a reading corner and a comfortable living room.
Because some things aren’t for sharing, each member has their own private bedroom with private bathroom. Fully furnished including superfast Wi-Fi, the house has everything the members need from the moment they arrive in Brussels.
The Morton Place concept is the result of founder Tanya Morton’s personal experiences: “I made lifelong friends at the shared house I lived in as a student, but the kitchen sink, the living room floor weren’t always the cleanest. When I moved to a big city to start working, setting up things such as utilities was a hassle, and over time I found life in a studio can often be lonely. I wanted to create a balance between the positive aspects of my student life and adult needs.” Despite today’s connected society, young professionals actively seek community, but they don’t want to sacrifice comfort. With this in mind, Tanya Morton launched her first shared home in Brussels 7 years ago.