Jackson Heights is a neighborhood in the northwest portion of Queens. In 2005, the MTA completed a $100 million major renovation of the Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street transportation hub. It is the largest subway stop in Queens and one of the first green buildings by the MTA. Jackson Heights is believed to be the first garden city community built in the U.S. as part of the 20th century garden city movement. The Jackson Heights Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 with 2,203 contributing buildings, 19 contributing sites and three contributing objects. Many residents commute everyday to Manhattan which can take ten to fifteen minutes via the express E train or F train. The community is home to many houses of worship from a large variety in religions. Jackson Heights is one of the most diverse neighborhoods not only in New York City but in the nation. The main local park, Travers Park, has a variety of sports including basketball, tennis, soccer, baseball and handball. Some notable natives and residents include Charlie Chaplin, Howard Stern, and Les Paul. Jackson Heights has also been in a number of movies including Coming to America and The Wrong Man.