Cafiddle Street is a newly built infill development in downtown Charleston. It was founded in 2014 when several adjoining properties, including a much smaller gravel alley developed by Jerry Moran years earlier and other separately owned tiny land parcels, were invited to join and were pieced together by developer Reid Burgess. Urban Ergonomics (George Holt and Reid Burgess) designed the urbanism / land plan which ultimately would include 24 residential lots on just under one acre. New buildings were designed by different designers in collaboration with Urban Ergonomics, ensuring that the houses all looked different yet were consistent with the Catfiddle Street style.
Read the detailed story of this project in the book Charleston Fancy.