I am not in your area, and you'll probably chose to delete my response. I understand. But, the reality is I am trying to tell you what you need to hear, and what you - and perhaps many agents - are in denial about.
Your property must be the best deal in town to sell. That means it has to look fabulous - not good, not "in shape" but "to die for". Spruce it up. It also means you must have the cheapest price for anything remotely comparable. People need to walk in and say "wow" and feel a sense of urgency.
Open houses do not sell homes. People coming in are "casual lookers" not hunters. You need to put a target on the condo and find the hunters. Hunters have already educated themselves and are buying the best deals around. Yours apparently isn't making the list of considerations.
Make sure your internet adds and MLS listings are great - with lots of photos (pictures sell). Make it stand out - be different.
Make your price adjustment quickly before you can't sell or lose more value. Trust me. When "nothing" is selling - EVERYTHING is overpriced and when the prices finally drop to get things moving again it will be too late for you to get anything close to what you were hoping for your home. It might already be too late, but I hope not. There is hope for you if you are the first one out of denial.
Despite my blunt words, I do seriously wish you the best.