Knight Ridder's ownership legacy of the newspaper is a massive $199 million, two-block long, glass-enclosed printing and distribution plant on the northeast side (16th and McGee Streets) of the Star's landmark red brick headquarters at 1729 Grand Avenue. The plant began printing in June 2006. It took nearly four years to build, and is considered a major part of the effort to revitalize downtown Kansas City. The plant contains four 60 foot high presses; the glass exterior allows passersby to watch the presses at work. On June 4, 2006, the first edition of the Star came out from the new presses with a major redesign in the sections and the logo.