When you enter the condo you walk right into the kitchen where I am using 2 bookshelves that I plan to line and find a way to display my every day dishes etc in a neat manner. I look forward to your help, as I just moved in and haven't unpacked yet. So there is a lot of clutter.
Our most immediate response upon looking at the layout and photos of your condo and furnishings is to consider replacing the large leather couch; the couch dominates everything in the room and seems proportionally incompatible with some of your more airy-limbed furnishings. What also seems evident is that you'll need to edit your possessions to match the dimensions of your new space; currently it appears there's too much to fit within what must be a smaller space than the one you lived in prior (notably the dining chairs with bistro table); storage or selling some of your items may aid you in purchasing a new couch, so see this as an opportunity to lose something to gain something back and update your style.
In regards to draping your bedroom off: you can actually drill into concrete with the aid of a battery powered hammer drill (available at any hardware store) coupled with a concrete bit and Tapcon concrete screws or one piece expansion anchors. With these in place you can span across a curtains/drapery wiring. If you use something like IKEA's KVARTAL ceiling fixture, you can install a ceiling mounted curtain; check out this DIY example from IKEA Hacker. Anyone else out there with experience with concrete block walls and installing wall or ceiling mounted fixtures?