Today, uncovering the magnitude of population growth in cities and its effects on urbanization are major driver for understanding requirements of assisting urban regeneration sites. It has growing interests in identifying the hotspots over planning for the various amenities fields. However, both these areas and the logistic centers are located in urban internal fabrics even without sub-scale land use planning. It is hard to provide the needed customized information on land use suitability. It was proposed build a conceptual geo-data model for the decisionmaking process to respond the spatial integration of inner-city logistic fields to the urban fabric. Also it is highlighted how geo-spatial patterns of this model could be applied with urban regeneration project that has growing considerations as part of urban morphology. Morever re-allocation of these logistic fields needs to be integrated with more transformative drivers for adaptation to growing city-size within policy driven land use. A comprehensive perspective should be included in the model to representation of socio-economic concerns collaboration with physical and environmental dynamics to better outcomes. This model provides information to enable effective decision support for the conversion of the logistic areas as a priority with respect to other urban thematics concerns in more cities.