How do you feel about where you live? Do you even think about it? Frankly, Jacob Will, the protagonist of Eleven Little Deaths, never gave it a thought and he worked in arguably the greatest city on earth.
He blindly accepted as natural the attractions and amenities the city offered almost as an entitlement – there for him should he want to avail himself of them. Self-centered might be used to describe him, but that would indicate a certain self-awareness which was non-existent. Clueless might be a better description.