A civil defence member responding to the incident said 12 civilians had been killed there.
AFP footage showed a civil defence volunteer carrying a screaming woman down a ladder from a damaged building in the neighbourhood, as a pick-up truck drove the remains of one person away.
Another volunteer brought down a young man cradling a baby from a high floor in a crane.
At least nine other civilians were wounded in air strikes on other parts of the city, including Bustan al-Qasr and Al-Mashad, the civil defence member said.
It was the second day of deadly strikes on Aleppo, where a fragile truce had brought weeks of relative calm.
On Friday, 25 civilians were killed and another 40 wounded in regime air strikes on rebel-controlled parts of Aleppo.
Once Syria's commercial hub, the northern metropolis has been divided by government control in the west and opposition groups in the east.
A ceasefire deal brokered by Russia and the United States saw Syria's government and non-jihadist opposition agree to halt attacks while pursuing peace talks.
Violence dropped across the country, including in Aleppo city, where residents cautiously began shopping in open-air markets and taking their children to parks.
But a surge in violence in recent weeks has left the ceasefire all but collapsed.
In the rebel-held town of Douma, 13 people -- including three women and two children -- were killed in government shelling on the city.
Douma lies in the Eastern Ghouta opposition bastion, where the Jaish al-Islam rebel group -- also party to the truce deal -- is dominant.
More than 270,000 people have been killed since Syria's conflict first broke out in 2011.