Hanley Wood

Hanley Wood LLC is a real estate media firm focused on commercial and residential construction in North America. It is one of the ten largest business-to-business media companies in the United States, with the largest analytics and editorially driven Construction Industry Database of more than 2.5 billion records.[1][2] It is based in Washington, D.C.

Hanley Wood LLC
GenreCommercial Property and Residential Construction
FoundedWashington, DC (1976 (1976))
FounderMichael M. Wood and Michael J. Hanley
Washington, DC
Key people
Michael J. Hanley, Jonathan Miller
ServicesBusiness to Business Media
OwnerOaktree Capital Management
DivisionsHanley Wood Business Media, Hanley Wood Market Intelligence


The company was founded by Michael M. Wood and Michael J. Hanley in 1976. Wood stepped down as CEO in 2005 after the company was sold to JPMorgan Partners (now CCMP Capital).[1]

Wood remained as a member of the Board of Directors, which also includes Jonathan Miller.

From 2006-2009, Wood was the US Ambassador to Sweden where he made cooperation between the U.S. and Sweden in alternative energy technology. In recognition for this work, the King of Sweden bestowed on Wood the insignia of Commander Grand Cross, Order of the Polar Star in 2009.[3]

Hanley Wood Business Media

This division covers over 30 magazines with associated websites and conferences, including Architect, the official magazine of the American Institute of Architects, Builder, the official magazine of the National Association of Builders (NAHB), as well as Pool & Spa News, Pro Sales, Tools of the Trade, Residential Architect, and Multifamily Executive, among others.

Hanley Wood Market Intelligence

Hanley Wood Market Intelligence is a research firm that provides information for residential real estate and new home construction.

The business Hanley Wood Market Intelligence was founded by Jeff Meyers and was known as "Meyers Group" before its acquisition by Hanley Wood, LLC in June 2004.[4]


  1. "Michael Wood United States Ambassador to Sweden". stockholm.usembassy.gov. Archived from the original on 2007-06-30. Retrieved 2010-12-08.
  2. "About". Hanley Wood. Retrieved 2017-01-08.
  3. "KB Home - Board of Directors". investor.kbhome.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08.
  4. "Meyers Group sold". allbusiness.com. Retrieved 2011-06-27.
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