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Yes, your landlord violated the "implied warranty of quiet enjoyment" by intentionally allowing this disturbance to occur.
If they fail to compensate you for the reduced value of the units for the time of this disturbance (usually the prorated value of the rent for this time period), you can sue them in small claims court for damages.