The plan to turn the Kingsbridge Armory into the world's largest ice center may be on thin ice.
Several published reports over the past few days say there's been a split between members of the group in charge of the project.
The founder of the group filed a lawsuit against its former president and two other men he claims are trying to force him to pay them something they are not owed.
Those three men are counter-suing, claiming they were kicked out of the group once the agreement for the complex was in place.
The city says this is an internal matter and suggests the conflict has no bearing on the project moving forward.
The $300 million project is slated to be completed by 2017.
It calls for nine indoor ice rinks.