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Brian Scheinblum President of Cambean Hospitality LLC

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Brian Scheinblum President of Cambean Hospitality LLC

 

Brian Scheinblum, the Co-founder and President of Cambean Hospitality which owns and manages the Carlton, Clifton, Majestic, and Lords South Beach at Nash Hotels located in the South Beach Art Deco District.  Scheinblum oversees company strategy, positioning, property management, capital improvements, financing and construction for the Group. As part of his work, Scheinblum has been working to integrate environmentally responsible hospitality practices within his properties and throughout the industry. He positioned Cambean as the first carbon-neutral hospitality company in the United States and recently completed the redevelopment of the Clifton South Beach Hotel.  The Clifton is the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) project to be certified by the U.S. Green Building Council in Miami Beach as well as the first LEED Gold hotel in the State of Florida. 

After graduating from the University of Miami, where Scheinblum maintains a strong relationship, he built businesses in real estate sales, multi-family home development as well as hospitality management. His projects have won recognition from local and national organizations like the Boutique & Lifestyle Lodging Association, the Greater Miami and the Beaches Hotel Association, and the Miami Design Preservation League as well as others.  Mr. Scheinblum has also been working with the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce as of the Chairman of the Sustainable Business Council to help develop programs to show businesses how they can move to more sustainable operating models and improve their bottom line.   

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