Boston has emerged as a player in the fight for Amazon, but one other city holds jurisdiction over the proposed site in it's pitch to lure the company's second North American headquarters.

Boston released its bid Thursday, presenting Suffolk Downs as it's primary focus. But Boston wouldn’t get all the glory — the bid for Suffolk Downs is a joint agreement with the city of Revere, which shares the property with the city of Boston.

Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo said the headquarters could transform the small city.

“Suffolk Downs is one, a unique site, and two, a site that’s ready for transformative development,” Arrigo said. “It’s clear that this is an attractive place to bring, potentially, one of the biggest companies in the world.”

Arrigo said the potential site, if accepted, would be beneficial for both Boston and Revere.

“Bringing Amazon would just be bringing us to the next level, and would accelerate that a lot quicker,” Arrigo said.

The proposal also offers a joint investment by the two municipalities to improve the MBTA’s blue line, which runs through the site.

Click on the audio player above to listen to the full interview with Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo.