Faced with a declining and aging population, small cities are losing their inhabitants and are under threat of disappearing. The old established regions are going disregarded, while the suburban farmlands are turning into residential complexes. Furthermore, the new urban inhabitants remain disconnected from their newly inhabited regions and also possess a marginal bonding power, failing to form relationships or communal understanding with one another. In order to bring vitality to shrinking rural towns, a population move can be considered an alternative solution, organized under a collective residential plan that can encourage communities to settle and build a life together. By three projects, Osiri gareum Cooperative Housing, Nunmoe gareum Cooperative Housing and Uiseong Gowoonmaeul, a regional revitalization plan could discover its potential through a certain process: an alternative model comes to form a residential-based community and takes root in the regional community.