This paper presents relationships and interactions between habitants of Multiple Family Housing Units and their surrounding spaces. It reviews the problems regarding the usage of public and semi-public spaces in the neighborhoods. The surrounding areas and their images have a major influence on the quality of life in MFHU, therefore the close surroundings of living space was taken under analysis. Our conventional picture of the city doesn’t really exist, what it was once a densely builtup space where all possible functions were to be found and in which one can experience feeling of density. City of today has still those dense points but lot of function has moved out to the outskirts or even to the countryside, we use Internet for more and more tasks, we move everywhere by car, the city center slowly start dying since the vital functions has moved out so are the people. We can imagine a lovely town with streets, squares, shops and churches full of people and life, we have a picture of it in our mind, from long time ago, from travel, but a picture of this urbanized landscape doesn’t exist. We don’t identify ourselves with our cities. Observations of the area around apartment blocks show that they are unused and are empty the majority of the time. On the one hand, there are communication issues that are unsolved, gridlocks caused by the abundance of vehicles and a lack of parking spaces. On the other hand, areas that don’t belong to anyone, “no-man’s-land,” are left unused and are taken over by the homeless and the hooligans. There are some short term and chaotic approaches that appear, but no resolution of which is based on long term planning to solve the problem. The article attempts to recognize existing issues and monitors the changes that are being made. It also shows the positive and negative results. In this example, we show reasoning for improvements, the impact that it has on the environment, and how tenants are using them. Because space designed with habitants in mind often turns out to be space unfriendly, the study covers the area in terms of its functionality and its specific use by the tenant. The work contains analysis of change in order of space and the functional use of it. Problems that are occurring are in great connection with economical and social shifting, migration and simply with the passing of time. Study factors of integration and isolation, openness and closeness particular structure with regards to territorial issues. The intent is to create a better and more attractive place to live, which will build a feeling of safety, coexistence, and overall happiness within all habitants. Because people identify themselves with the place of their existence; their home, the area and surroundings around our buildings need to change so they can become more pleasant and useful.