Gov. Andrew Cuomo called the recommendation Sen. Mike Gianaris to an economic development oversight board that could have oversight over Amazon’s plan for Long Island City a “tipping point” for the company.

“It’s been the reaction that they’ve gotten,” Cuomo said at a news conference on Monday at the Capitol. “I think primarily the tipping point was when the Senate said they would oppose the approval at the PACB.”

He did not reference Gianaris by name, who’s approval for a seat on the Public Authorities Control Board must still be signed off on by the governor.

But Gianaris, the deputy majority leader, has said he wants to negotiate a better deal for the state’s taxpayers.

Amazon’s plan for Queens would include up to 40,000 new jobs tied to $3 billion in tax incentives. The tax package has been criticized by those opposed to the deal, while the company’s opposition to a unionized workforce also remains a point of contention for elected officials.

Cuomo has not given any indication as to whether he would accept Gianaris’s appointment.

But he added it’s understandable Amazon would grow wary of New York’s politics.

“I have 234 cities that begged me to come. Why don’t I go to one of the other cities that rolled out the red carpet that are less expensive to locate in,” he said, channeling the company’s mindset.

Cuomo once again called the deal an historic one for the state.

“It’s really the politics of the situation,” he said. “The economics of the transaction are bulletproof and fundamental.”

Cuomo last week at an event on Long Island said Democrats who lead the state Senate would face the wrath of voters if the deal were to be scuttled by the opposition.