Cape May, NJ – After nearly three years of bringing a unique blend of hospitality to the Cape May Ferry Terminal, Exit Zero Hospitality has announced its departure from the iconic waterfront location. The company is currently working on an agreement with its landlord, the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA), to terminate the lease as of March 1, 2024.
Jack Wright, the owner of Exit Zero, reflected on this journey, stating, “Creating the proposal for the ferry terminal in early 2021 was one of the most exciting and invigorating projects I’ve ever worked on. But we believe the time is right for a new hospitality group to come in and continue the evolution of this fantastic waterfront site. We will turn our focus fully back on Exit Zero Filling Station and announce exciting new plans for our publishing side of the business.”
Exit Zero is not leaving without celebrating upcoming events at Ferry Park, such as Halloween Weekend on October 29-30; Major Art Show Openings in their Gallery; Kids’ NYE Party on December 31; and their 18th Annual Exit Zero Burns Supper on January 27
The spirit of creativity and community will continue to thrive at Cape May Ferry Terminal as Exit Zero bids farewell and passes the torch onto a new tenant.