You clearly aren't going off of facts, you don't know what's going on in the Valley. You have not brought the facts to the table, yet want to claim facts? At the end of the day, the Valley is and will always be the Valley, so it should have a lower population density than a place like "Downtown" or "Koreatown". Downtown is finally blossoming to be a real "downtown" which it should of been all alone. It still has ways to go to become a Dowtown Manhttan, or San Francisco. The Valley is not trying to compete with Downtown or any other part of the city you claim to be "progressing so much" The Valley is good for what it is, it's one of the best areas in the Country. Beautiful suburban neighborhoods, accessible to cultural amenities, and low crime rate. the rest of the city still has ways to go to be the best at what they're aspring to be.The Valley is actually around 40-45% of the city's population at best and still has a very low population density by comparison.
The developments in SFV are nice, but again by comparison, the rest of the city is progressing along with much more news or already has a lot going on already.
I don't really think anyone is hating. It really comes across as much more factual than bias.