A dispute involving a $2 billion entertainment complex planned for Delaware County has spilled into Gahanna.

On Oct. 9, the developers pursuing the entertainment complex known as Planet Oasis parted ways, with both sides saying they will develop the project on their own.

According to the plans announced in June, the features of Planet Oasis would include indoor surfing and skydiving, an e-sports venue and a large saltwater lake surrounded by sandy beaches and hotels.

Other draws would be a "state-of-the-art electric go-kart venue featuring Indy-designed courses, video games, virtual reality, a unique indoor skydiving experience, an indoor/outdoor adventure experience, a shooting-gallery experience with experiential dining, and many other attractions," according to the plans.

On Oct. 10, the same team split over a Gahanna strip center project they were developing called Hamilton Towne Centre.

Several hours before the project was to come before the Gahanna Planning Commission on Oct. 10, the city said the item had been postponed at the request of the developers, Blue Horseshoe.

Both parts of the team -- Tony Sekulovski and David Glimcher -- say they plan to pursue the project independent of the other.

"Blue Horseshoe Development is excited about the Hamilton Towne Centre, and rescheduling the hearing won't delay the project in any way," said Ryan Stubenrauch, a spokesman for Sekulovski.

But Glimcher -- who was listed as the applicant on the city planning agenda -- said the project is his and he will pursue it.

Hamilton Towne Centre was announced in June.

The $50 million project on Hamilton Road near Shagbark Road is to include a mix of apartments, a hotel, a fitness center and offices for Blue Horseshoe and other tenants.

Two weeks ago, Cuban restaurant Havana Grill was announced for the project.

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