By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The ongoing renovation of Rio de Janeiro's Zona Portuária (Port Zone) is reinvigorating the area's cultural scene. From growing events and festivals, to newly opened cultural centers and museums, the zone, including Saúde, Gamboa, and Santo Cristo, is becoming not only a destination for commercial projects but is also enticing residential investments in what may become a vibrant community that merges modernity with tradition.
The event hosting space known as Sacadura 154, is one example of a modern Port Zone venue quickly growing in popularity. Located . . .