Here's one method. There may be others.
It begins with a good choice of photograph.
You need an image which was taken during early evening, with a longish exposure, so that the lights inside the buildings can be seen shining through the windows. The image should be full colour, and well saturated with colour.
Here's an example I chose as a starting image
Open the image in Photoshop, and duplicate the background layer. Apply a Levels adjustment. Move the middle arrow slider to the right, and adjust the image so that you can really see those bright highlights. It should look something like this.
Add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer. Choose the Colorize option, and move the Hue slider to the left until it looks orange/sepia coloured. It should look something like this.
Group the top three layers, i.e. the Background Copy, Levels, and Hue/ Saturation layers.
Select the Group, and change the blend mode from "Pass Through" to "Hue". The effect might be quite strong, so you can reduce the opacity of the group to something like 75%.
Here's the final result.