Eastdale Getting $12M Micro-Home Community, Valentina Estates to Break Ground in June

Artist rendering of Valentina Estates, a $12 million 42-unit micro-home development in the Eastdale area.
Chairman and CEO of Post Pro Capital in Atlanta, Rashad Jones-Jennings, is a retired professional basketball player and a native of Chattanooga.

Chattanooga will soon be the home of a $12 million residential development in the Eastdale area. Developed by Post Pro Capital based in Atlanta, Valentina Estates is a 42-unit micro-home community built to stimulate one of Chattanooga’s urban areas.

These micro-homes offer luxury-style models with affordable pricing to encourage residents to home ownership. Valentina Estates is the first micro-home luxury community built in Chattanooga, with plans of being ready in 2025.

Chairman and CEO of Post Pro Capital Rashad Jones-Jennings is a retired professional basketball player and a native of Chattanooga who has been a real estate developer since 2015. He brought the largest micro-home community to Georgia and looks forward to bringing the Valentina Estates development project to his hometown, along with other multi-million dollar projects in the future.

“Valentina Estates offers attainable luxury to an urban area of the city,” stated Jones-Jennings. “This development will increase value in the Eastdale community and enhance the local economy so residents can utilize more resources in their own neighborhood. I look forward to creating economic growth and sustainable living in my hometown.”

The micro-home community plans to break ground on June 3, and is expected to be completed in 12-14 months. Three model options are the silver, gold, and platinum floor plan. Each floor plan has a unique style of loft or 1-2 bedroom options. Micro-home models range from $239,000 to $279,000, with amenities like walking trails, green spaces, solar roofs, and a dog park–all within the gated community.