Josh, I like this scene! Technically speaking I like it beside of the composition because of the warm/cold contrast. However, the colors seem also a bit odd to me, in line with what was pointed out before.
What I would do, I would try to find a better whitebalance, wich can be tricky for such scenes. The question is to find a good combination between whitebalance, saturation and global contrast. Depending on light conditions and composition anything between 3.8k and 10k can work potentially. My technique setting WB for such a scene, where Im unsure, is as follow:
In order to better discern the colors I overcrank saturation to 70-100%. Then I rebalance WB in order to find a pleasing ratio between warm and cold tones, so that both are equally well presented on screen. Then I take back saturation to suit my taste, and do more finetunings from there. Sometimes this basically recreates, or subtly modifies AWB, sometimes I get a whole different result. Generally with such evening scenes, I find it is quite easy to overdo things, like setting too high contrast (but the contrast here is fine for me) or to overdo saturation. Often the common error is to oversaturate either cold or warm tones with wb and then to overcrank saturation to compensate for this wrong wb. One possible sign of proper WB for me is that I need comparably moderate saturation, but there are of course exceptions.
Hope this helps,