The next phase of development works to create new homes in the Hilltown is set to get under way next week.
The work will result in the closure of a section of Hill Street from Strathmartine Road to Bruce Street from Monday for six weeks.
Developer Robertson Partnership Homes is building on behalf of Dundee City Council and Hillcrest Housing Association.
Councillor George McIrvine, a Labour representative for the Coldside ward, said: “Local people are experiencing continued disruption but patience is needed.
“The project will bear fruit once it’s completed.
“It is really important for bringing families together once again to create a sense of community.
“There will be short-term disruption but it’s something that is needed and it will be worth it in the end.”
He added: “I feel the pain of local people.
“There have been a lot of roadworks recently so I understand it is frustrating but we will need to bear with it.”
Proposals to build the homes on the site of two former Hilltown multis were approved by the council in January 2017.
The 123 flats and 40 houses are being built on the land where the Bucklemaker and Butterburn courts once stood.
The multis were demolished in 2013 as part of the redevelopment of the Hilltown.
Stewart Shearer, managing director of Robertson Partnership Homes, said the project would “make a significant difference” to residents in Hilltown.
He added: “We are pleased to be leading the project as main contractor.”