The jerks in your time lapse are not going to be smoothed out by Warp Stabilizer. You will have to do some manual realignment of those frames to smooth the shot. The flicker in the lighting can be controlled by Digital Anarchy's De Flicker plug-in. If you want to selectively correct the color in certain parts of the shot you'll need to do figure out how to create some procedural mattes. Red Giant's Colorista II is very good at this.
Both have tutorials.
You might also want to check out this great video from my friend Stu Maschwitz that shows you how to use Mask Tracking and Effect Tracking in AE CC 14.
Thank you so much for the link, I have read it and search information on attaching adjustment layers. manage to blur out the building signages.
Thanks for your help.
Thank you for the links, the sequence was shot in RAW and post process with LRtimelapse, flickering issue has been minimize before imported into after effect.
Notice the jerking parts and trying my luck on warp stabilizer, it manage to smooth out, not perfect but acceptable.
The links to colorista II and Effect Masking - Mask Tracking are useful, will learn to apply them in future.