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The development team of David Glimcher and Tony and Alex Sekulovski, who were working on a $2 billion sports and entertainment center in Delaware County just north of Columbus, has split, raising questions about the future of the project. The Planet Oasis project was being developed by Blue Horseshoe Ventures with Glimcher serving as the public face of the team.

According to the plans announced in June, Planet Oasis is to include indoor surfing and skydiving, an e-sports venue and a large saltwater lake surrounded by sandy beaches and hotels. Other draws are to 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.”

One major partner announced for Planet Oasis was UltraStar Cinemas, an upscale digital-theater company. Reached by phone late Tuesday afternoon, UltraStar President Adam Saks said he had “no comment on the situation at this time” because he also was trying to assess the differing claims of the Glimcher and Sekulovski camps.

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