I agree with the answer about storytelling, but this answer is more about the technical part.
First, I wouldn't take the shot all that differently. It looks like the bright areas are exposed close too full but not blown. The raw data is there. The issue is how to post-process it.
Here is your original for reference:
The main point seems to be the man, but the color balance and exposure are set for the sunlit concrete. I'd start by fixing the color balance of the part in the shadow, since that's the main subject. I don't know this scene, so I used the top left corner of the No Trespassing sign as the gray reference. That made the colors around the man look much better.
The next problem is that the main subject is in shadow, and therefore dark. Bringing up the shadow areas by applying some non-linear brightening helped a lot. Here is the result so far:
Much more could and should be done. I probably overdid the shadow brightning a bit, but I don't want to keep playing with this picture. If you were willing to spend some time, you could do some masking to prevent further brightening of the sunlit areas.
This picture also cries out for some cropping. Personally, I think the window frame, especially being so bright, is a serious distraction on the right side of the picture. The subject is looking to the right, so it's fine that he's on the left, but the full picture goes too far. You can definitely lose a good chunk of the right side of the picture and a little of the bottom.