Our Work

All Sizes + Types. 

A family owned and managed business, Dietz Development, LLC is committed to enhancing the homes of customers through functional design, fine craftsmanship, added value, and quality service.  We specialize in:

New Construction.  Full Remodels.  Kitchens.  Baths.  



Full Remodels

For Modern Classic Intown Living.


With a trend towards downsizing, the increased networked lifestyle, and rise of the American entrepreneur, there is a rapid increase for "cool hunter" millennials, savvy "self reliant" x'ers, and "empty nester" baby boomers to live within the urban fray.  Together we are maximizing our home's potentials as we share in our city's culture, amenities, and social enjoyments -- 

We work-live-play together. 

Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.
— William Morris

The Kitchen

Is The New Den.


No longer is the kitchen simply about food preparation.  With trending towards maximizing costly square footage and capturing nature's radiant sunlight, kitchens are "opening up" and becoming highly luminescent - and with this - they have transformed into the home's primary oasis for high tech living and social entertainment.  Treat your kitchen as the jewel  of your home and make sure you add a little bling to its "black dress."

I am happy to have some friends here in the kitchen.
— Charles Olson

Trending Bathrooms

Spa Comfort Meets High Tech.


The "back of the house" egalitarian bathroom has graduated to the "front of the house" super star.  Today's trending modern bathroom focuses on high tech amenities to provide us our due deserved pampering and essential time savers.  With heavy embellished looks considered dated and passé, the modern bath expresses itself with a minimalist maximus simple elegance detailed with pops of luxe and touchy texture materiality.  For you cool hunters, look to luxe metals of gold, brass, and copper.    


Men who consistently leave the toilet seat up secretly want women to get up to go the bathroom in the middle of the night and fall in.
— Rita Rudner