The purpose of this paper is to explore different spatial attitudes of block living users with different socioeconomic status (SES) to their main living space. It is believed that the living spaces used differently depending on the relationship between the number of people living in the house and the number of rooms in each flat. For that aim, a total of 90 people were questioned in two regions with different socio-economic levels. These are; Ankara-Kurtuluş for the middle-income groups, Ankara-Çankaya for the high-income groups. As a result, regarding the living room use, important statistical differences have been found between these two groups which are correlated by the number of people living in the residence and the number of rooms in each flat.