Founded in 2014 by Realtor® Jacen Crehan and designer Daniel Coffman, Staged Spaces provides premium home staging and interior design services to the San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire, LA, OC and beyond. With their team of vibrant designers, Staged Spaces’ goal is to take your space to the next level. Whether you’re preparing to sell your home or in need of a total home transformation, Staged Spaces are the dedicated professionals that will make it happen.
The birth of Staged Spaces started with Jacen jumping on an opportunity to stage his own home. “Going through the process turned out to be creatively fulfilling to both Daniel and I,” said Jacen.
Their dynamic is a perfect balance of the pair’s passion and expertise in design and business. Daniel’s event design background proved beneficial in gaining accounts with wholesale furniture companies, while Jacen’s real estate background and previous work in flipping homes for friends and family both set them up for professional success.
Staged Spaces’ services include home staging, interior design, remodel design, furniture sales, and computer modeling among many others.
They currently offer more than 30 collections between bedrooms, dining rooms and living spaces. Their décor collections were meticulously put together in order to pull off an elevated look to staging and design. Currently featured are the industrial-style Montreal Living Room set and the La Jolla Dining Set – a collection crafted with solid pine and mahogany wood.
Daniel and Jacen don’t just put furniture in a room. Their design showcases the best features of the home and helps create the most stunning marketing photos possible. In addition, they pride themselves on using their hand selected pieces to give a unique yet familiar “home” appeal to the new buyer.
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See some of Staged Spaces’ recent work below:
2830 Glenoaks Canyon Drive, Glendale // As Featured on CurbedLA
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A detached studio and fantastic landscaping make this place exceptional
580 N. Hermosa Avenue // As seen on CurbedLA.com
Perched among the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, this 1940s house by architect and Richard Neutra apprentice Harwell Hamilton Harris features an array of large windows, patios, and walkways from which to enjoy its excellent views.
The main house—a three-level, post and beam built in 1949—features skylights, two living rooms, a dining room, brick fireplaces, three bedrooms, and four bathrooms.
The Sierra Madre property also holds a studio designed by John T. Lyle in 1986. The studio holds an office, a bedroom, and bathroom, as well as a crop of “apparently random custom windows of all shapes and sizes,” as the listing describes it.
Between the two structures, there’s a rambling garden with citrus trees and a pond, also designed by Lyle, a master landscape architect who now has a school named in his honor at Cal Poly Pomona.
Additional features of the home include:
- 3 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms
- Main home: 2,002 sq. ft.
- Lot Size: 16,604 sq. ft.
- Detached Studio/Guest House
- Built in 1949
- 2 Fireplaces
- 2-Car Garage
Listed by the Judy Webb-Martin Group #00541631 & deasy/penner #01305277
May 2nd, 2018
Podley associates Todd Hays, Margaret Garemore, Nick Frias, along with President Crystal Narramore, joined 2,000 Realtors® at the C.A.R.’s 46th Annual Leg Day in Sacramento. This year, agents were advocating for proactive solutions to the housing affordability crisis. After a meeting where Governor Jerry Brown spoke, the Realtors marched over to the State capitol. There, they met with elected officials, including Senator Anthony Portantino and Assemblyman Chris Holden.
Todd Hays currently serves as a Director for the C.A.R., and is a representative on the Local Government Forum and the Legislative Committee. This is his sixth time attending Legislative Day. “It’s truly one of the most fulfilling things I do as a Realtor,” Todd said. “It shows, in a most powerful way, the impact each of us can make at the state level.”
Crystal Narramore, Podley Properties President and C.A.R. director also attended Leg Day and is highly active in the real estate community, most recently as a featured panelist with WomenUP! at the recent REVive! conferece. “C.A.R. is a powerful voice in Sacramento due to the participation and involvement of Realtors across the State. Legislative Day has been an eye-opening experience for me to see the positive impact and influence C.A.R. has on the policies that affect our industry.”
Margaret Garemore attended Leg Day to help advocate for potential home-buyers and owners. “As the AAR 2018 President and a CAR Director, I was honored to be among so many Realtors who were willing to step up in the fight for home ownership and private property rights at Legislative Day at the state Capitol.”
This is the first year attending Leg Day for 2017 C.A.R. Rising Star, Nick Frias. “Attending the conference and marching to the Capitol was an eye-opening experience. It was exciting to see Realtors involved in the political aspect of the business and not just selling homes, and it helped me to more fully understand the importance and power that we have as agents.”
For the past 46 years, Legislative Day remains C.A.R.’s pinnacle legislative event. It gives California Realtors the opportunity to discuss real estate issues directly with their state legislators. Attending Legislative Day is not only a great investment an in agent’s business. It also provides the agents with an opportunity to hear from California’s political leaders and their state association’s leadership.
Diane Hatfield first joined the Pasadena Showcase House of the Arts (PSHA) benefit community in 2012 after visiting the Showcase House with family and friends as an annual tradition for many years, and volunteering as a docent in 2011. “I fell in love with the aspect of being involved from beginning to end. As a Realtor®, I felt this was a great way to network, give back to the community and support the various music programs that the philanthropy contributes to.” Diane served as the Tickets Co-chair for this year.
Jan Wiles volunteers with the PSHA’s Music Mobile program, just one of the many services the PSHA provides. She assists instructors from the Pasadena Conservatory of Music in introducing third grades to the sound of orchestra. The students also have the opportunity to touch and play those instruments..“It’s so rewarding to see the excitement on their faces when they make a sound on a tuba, or violin or drum. One little boy said to me after playing the violin, ‘Where would you get something like this?’ My heart melted!” Beyond the introductory information the students receive, the program serves to stimulate curiosity about music and encourage further exploration.
The Pasadena Showcase House of Design is one of the nation’s oldest premier design show houses, celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, and is on view now through May 20th. Visit pasadenashowcasehouse.org to purchase tickets and for viewing instructions.
Watch a video of this year’s transformation!
Be the second-ever owner of this warm 1970s Glendale post & beam
As seen on CurbedLA.com
Take one look at this dreamy Glendale post and beam. It’s easy to see why it’s only had one owner in its 40-year existence.
Designed by architect Richard Kemp as his own family residence, this 1978 classic is ideally situated to cantilever over a creek. The home is encircled by oaks and sycamores, while the handsome interiors echo their surroundings with beamed ceilings and a wealth of gleaming wood. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outside in.
The dwelling sits on a 1.4-acre property tucked into Glendale’s Scholl Canyon, an area north of the 134 Freeway and the famous Eagle Rock formation.
Additional features of the home include:
- 2,900 square foot home on 62,427 square foot lot
- Exceptional privacy
- Designed & built by Carmichael-Kemp A.I.A. for the Kemp Family
- Original details, fixtures & design
- Storage & workshop space
- Sylvan property with oaks, sycamores & mature landscaping
- Swimming pool & spa
- Multiple entertainment areas
- Orientation for morning & evening sunlight in living room
2830 Glenoaks Canyon Drive, Glendale // 2380Glenoaks.com
This article originally appeared on CurbedLA.com
Podley Associates Help Shred Over 30 Tons of Paper at the 6th Annual Shred Event
April 21, 2018
“We pride ourselves with our service and want to provide important and beneficial opportunities for our clients and the communities we serve,” said Ed Afsharian, manager of the Podley Properties Pasadena office. The sixth annual Shred Event was held at five of our office locations throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Guests enjoyed refreshments, while Podley associates volunteered their time to help shred an estimated 30.5 tons of paper! We look forward to seeing you all next year, and wish you a beautiful spring.
Podley Office Totals
La Cañada = 18,080 lbs.
Pasadena = 14,460 lbs.
Glendora = 11,480 lbs.
Sierra Madre = 11,280 lbs.
Monrovia = 5,660 lbs.
Total = 60,960 lbs.
“I have been a resident of the beautiful Altadena for the past 20 years,” said Cynthia Tilleman, “and have served on the Altadena Land Use Committee to help to preserve our community. It was an honor to contribute my time to the new Triangle Park. Currently, I am a member of Altadena Heritage and previously served on several beautification groups.”
Altadena Triangle Park, formerly known as Memorial Park, has undergone major changes in the last year. After receiving Prop A funding, in addition to donations from the Altadena community, the park was restored, creating a new civic space with new pathways, water conservation elements, bus stops, planters, tables and seats celebrating the San Gabriel Mountains. The park’s official dedication took place last November.
After enjoying the new Triangle Park, make sure to check out Cynthia’s favorite local spots!
A cozy nook for great Mexican food, we recommend the guacamole!
Cafe De Leche
Fantastic coffee shop with pastries and a sunny back patio and fun events.
Meredith M. Boutique
Wonderful fashion boutique for discovering beautiful clothes, purses and more.
Historic Residential Properties: Marketing Advantages & Financial Incentives
“Teaching REALTORS® about the values and incentives associated with historic properties is exciting. There is so much misinformation out there. It’s a benefit to buyers and sellers when the right information gets out to everyone.” – Todd Hays, Podley Properties Realtor
This past Monday, more than 50 Realtors attended this half-day workshop in Palm Springs on historic residential properties. Guest speakers assisted Realtors, homeowners and preservationists by identifying financial, tax, and regulatory incentives.
These incentives can be used to offset rehabilitation & maintenance costs of historic homes – and are an effective marketing tool as well! Focused towards Realtors, case examples illustrated the incentives available at the state and local level, the associated eligibility requirements and how to gain access to financial incentives for historic preservation.
April 16th, 2018 – Palm Springs City Hall Chambers
Todd Hays, Palm Springs Historic Site Preservation Board Member and Podley Properties Realtor
Scott Anderson, Riverside County Mills Act Coordinator
Cindy Heitzman, Executive Director, California Preservation Foundation
Jessie Lattig, ICF, Los Angeles
Ken Lyon, RA, Associate City Planner, Department of Planning Services, City of Palm Springs
Nels Youngborg, Senior Associate/Historic Preservation Planner, Chattel Inc.
In collaboration with the City of Palm Springs and the Palm Springs Regional Association of Realtors®
March 29th, 2018
“The REvive! Conference was a powerhouse event, and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to speak on the WomanUP! panel. The panel openly shared their stories of leadership, triumph, failure, and motivation,” said Crystal Narramore, Podley Properties President.
We are proud to have had our very own President, Crystal Narramore, contribute to the dialogue as a featured panelist at the 2018 Revive! Conference & Expo. Taking place at the Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, this yearly conference featured talks and panel discussions with the leading voices in real estate. C.A.R.’s Women’s Initiative is designed to bridge the gender gap in the leadership of real estate firms. They hope to reach that goal by empowering mentors and leaders to communicate, collaborate and advocate for one another.
It’s an honor to have Crystal serve as our President and representative in the real estate community!
Visit www.car.org for more information on the WomanUP! Initiative and its upcoming conference in Los Angeles.
March 2nd, 2018
Several Podley Properties Associates from the Pasadena and Sierra Madre offices participated in the 3rd annual REALTORS® Read Across PASadena Day. Our agents worked alongside the Pasadena Unified School District and the Pasadena Educational Foundation in participating in this wonderful program. It takes place each year on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. The participating realtors picked the books to read to K-3rd graders at schools across the PUSD.
Each of our offices is working to raise $500.00. This money will be used to buy one book for each 2nd grader in the district. At the end of the school year, the books will be given out by the participating realtors. The program also provides books to the Door of Hope, a program serving homeless families in Pasadena. This drive supports the district-wide goal of every student being a fluent reader by the end of third grade.
Podley Properties is exceptionally proud to participate in Read Across PASadena Day, and to see the kids’ excitement about their new books. As Dr. Seuss’s character The Lorax says, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”