New York has 13 days to finish crafting the perfect plan to land Amazon’s second headquarters—and beat out more than 100 other cities that have indicated interest.

Across the five boroughs developers and civic leaders worked frantically in late September to turn in over two dozen site proposals in 23 neighborhoods for consideration. Now, a coalition of city and state agencies are working behind closed doors to put together a bid by Oct. 19. The nationwide process will be competitive, but analysts believe New York has a decent shot by virtue of its highly-educated workforce, infrastructure and diversity, despite the lure of cheaper real estate elsewhere.