This presentation summarizes experimental and analytical results on a new steel link, double-HSS link (DHL), for steel eccentrically braced frames (EBFs), especially for those with links attached to columns. Steel hollow structural sections (HSS) have high torsional rigidity which eliminates lateral-torsional buckling (LTB) and the need for lateral bracing in beam-type members. Other advantages of the new DHL are: 1) They effectively reduce the width-to-thickness ratios (b/t) of the flanges by using a double-HSS, which has similar moment capacity to an equivalent single-HSS thereby considerably increasing the compactness under bending; 2) They provide simple and practical connection details between the beams and braces/columns by using a gusset plate; 3) Typically, double-HSS members have an Mp/Vp ratio closer to 1.0 than wide-flange sections due to the fact that double-HSS members have four webs which significantly increase the shear capacity; as a result DHLs can have a shorter length similar to a corresponding wide-flange shear link while the yielding is still controlled by flexure, eliminating the need for web stiffeners; 4) The welding requirement for DHLs is much less stringent than that of the conventional EBFs since a double-HSS link does not require any complete joint penetration (CJP) welding at the brace-beam connection nor any welding for stiffeners. The only welds are flare-bevel groove welds; 5) The over-strength factor due to strain-hardening produced by flexural links is generally less than that produced by wide-flange shear links leading to more economical designs for the non-yielding members of the frame; 6) Research has indicated that conventional wide-flange connections used for link-to-column connections in EBFs show poor performance. Consequently, AISC 341-16 suggests avoiding EBF configurations with links attached to columns. On the other hand, the proposed DHLs are an excellent candidate for such connections because the yielding region of DHLs is away from the connections due to the presence of the gusset plate. Therefore, the brittle failure at the link-to-column connections with wide-flange sections can be eliminated in shear links with DHLs.