Actor River Phoenix, who died early Sunday after having seizures outside a Los Angeles nightclub, had an interest in land in Ybor City being developed by a boyhood friend.
Last month, Phoenix paid $135,000 for several small lots and a vacant 12,000-square-foot building adjacent to the former W.T. Grant discount store on Seventh Avenue in the heart of Ybor City, according to Hillsborough County records.
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