Swapping disused sites

Is it possible to cut and paste disused, misused and depressed land blocks, relocating them to where they could be used, desired, and supported?  Or to create timeshares of lifestyles; remote, rural, suburban and urban?  Could this counteract the process of consumption and regurgitation that marks how we develop land?  Or would it further privatize public spaces and disjoint communities?

I propose airlifting components out of “wastelands,” swapping them to diversify developments whose monolithic single uses and lifestyles made them undesirable, obsolete and unsustainable.

Candidate sites include:
-Super fund sites, Bureau of Land Management land
-Rundown Levittown-style Suburbs
-Modernist monolith public housing
-Abandoned rust belt downtowns