The apartments are small; most of them suffered several refurbishments, adaptation and extensions in order to meet family needs. The neighborhood is a peripheral place far from the city centre. Those are main spatial factors that affect the way these inhabitants live and experience their residential place. This study investigates how, when and where daily domestic activities such as household tasks, passive and active leisure, communal activities and personal ones happen in the house and neighborhood. The description of the dweller everyday life reveals a consistent lack of social activity inside the houses, great part of the activities involving sociability like to chat with neighbors and friends, to play with children, to date or just see and meet people happen in the surrounding spaces. Halls and staircases, front doors, courtyards and other spaces in the blocks are considered extended domestic areas where it’s easy to find adolescents playing, listening music, painting nails, dating, housewives chatting, and children playing; men playing cards and drinking beer. The modern like public housing estate conceived simply as residential place was transformed through the inhabitant’s cumulative interventions into a different space. In order to be livable, it had to become almost self-sufficient with the introduction of all the types of commerce, services and activities squeezed into the blocks and remaining public spaces. The present article presents a socio-spatial analysis aiming to understand how these near home spaces provide ground to activities that do not find space to happen in the houses. How integrated and segregated spaces are created and which types of activities they receive? Space syntax analysis provided ways to describe spatial qualities of those spaces close to the residential buildings which are regarded as extended sitting rooms. Dwellers interviews and the mapping of observed activities help to identify and to describe the inhabitant’s lifestyle and domestic routine. Multidimensional analysis correlates the data and describes the spatial qualities of the inhabitant’s sociability patterns.