Balaity Property Enhancement is a suite of services designed to enhance the appeal of commercial properties for owners, consumers, agents, and tenants.  The customized, highly targeted, and economical approach to each property identifies design opportunities for immediate and long-term improvements with a maximum return on investment.  Core services include retail design, merchandising, tenant coordination, and design review.  We specialize in the design of independent retail space and jewelry stores throughout North America.

Balaity Property Enhancement approaches architecture and interior design projects in conjunction with Patrick M. Pillot Architect.  The team combines traditional design expertise with specialized experience in the retail design industry.

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InStore names Diamond Vault a 2012 "Cool Store"

“That kind of rough, recycled or reused wood has a level of warmth not usually associated with jewelry design, says Balaity. “We were fortunate to have a client who understands the changing nature of the jewelry consumer base, and was willing to take risks with the design to redefine the typical notion of high-end retail for Sarasota.” 

It’s a balancing act: Slick, eye-catching materials such as glass walls, polished granite and mirrored tiles complement the glamour of the jewelry. Those elements are brought down to earth with warm colors, reclaimed cypress and stacked stone walls. “These materials — along with a range of ceiling heights, case types, and lighting effects — give customers a variety of experiences as they circulate the large retail floor area,” Balaity says. 


Diamond Vault opening

The Diamond Vault in Sarasota opened on Monday, February 20, 2012.  A grand opening celebration will follow the completion of some finishing touches, but already customers have reacted with overwhelming positive comments on the new retail experience.