The bridge is named for the once-dangerous channel it bridges, derived from the Dutch word hellegat, which means "hell channel."
The neighborhood of Astoria is considered to be one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse urban areas on the entire planet.
Happy birthday to NYC's Hell Gate Bridge this year! Here are 10 fun facts and secrets compiled the help of Dave Frieder, "the Bridge Man."
As one of the largest green spaces in Queens, Astoria Park is a scenic getaway that happens to harbor a few secrets, from its Olympic ties to its lost stream.
Commonly associated with the annual Governors Ball Music Festival, Randall's and Wards Islands share a rich history with enticing secrets, places, and facts.
Hell Gate Bridge is one of those urban explorer favorites–possibly because it includes an added level of danger: it’s not
Orange is the New Black mostly films in a set in Kaufman Studios in Astoria but also makes use of real locations in Queens.