Hello Sunshine! I will offer my opinion without ever seeing your listing, your agent, or your marketing plan.... and put it out there right away that I am am co-owner of a real estate office as well.
There could be a variety of factors that could be keeping your condo from selling. As long as your agent is well versed in selling condos, you can be certain they are they are giving your listing maximum exposure. It could have to do with the building. Is the association sound? Condominium financing can be really tricky these days. If it is well known that financing is difficult in your particular building, it can create a hiccup. It could be the price. An overpriced listing will not sell. Does your condo have the same or better features as the others you are comparing it to?
Because you are in the Central West End, and match day for the medical professionals just occurred, I would say it is time for showings... If you are not getting any, something may be off. May I ask a few questions? Have you had any showings at all in the past month? Have you been given any feedback from any of the 14 the showings? Have you asked your agent why he or she doesn't think it is selling? Do you have a listing presentation from you agent that indicates how and where they will be marketing your condo? If so, you should ask for a monthly update.
Also, are you watching what is selling in your immediate surrounding area? You can ask your agent for a CMA to show what has gone pending, or has closed in the time you have been listed. It can offer good information if you look objectively at the data. I hope this begins the dialogue with your agent that helps both of you reach that common goal of getting your property sold!