I love the colors. The building itself holds interest as well. I think the few lights on inside and the reflection in the lower part of the building add to the interest. I did copy it and do some correction in PS but I'm still on the fence as to whether the corrected perspective looks better than this version. If you like I can post the corrected version.
IMHO, this is a great photo even without the perspective corrected.
In the future you can address the perspective issue two ways:
When shooting, keep the camera parallel level and parallel to the building to avoid falling-down effect. This will require you to use a wider focal length and you will capture unwanted foreground. You can crop the image later to get the composition you envisioned. Obviously this will result in a lower-resolution final image, but provided you don't have to crop too heavily, it still should be good quality.
Alternately, minimize the angle that you tilt the camera and shoot slightly wider to allow for later perspective adjustment in LR or PS.