Jeff, I'm curious to see where you end up pricing your place...I have been looking around for what you're describing. If you have any more info (more exact location, layout), let me know. Sorry - couldn't find a button to click and email you directly.
There's a lot more information required so that an accurate assessment of value can be provided. Once you have a good understanding of past sales and current inventory through a CMA you'll be able to establish a fair market price. For a quicker sale price it below the comparables.
Based on my experience, you have to price it to sell and remove any obstacles to the sale. A pre listing condo inspection report can go a long way to doing this. If you show the buyers a professional inspection report and show them you fixed all of the issues found, they will be more comfortable moving forward with your Chicago condo over someone else's unit. These condo inspections are reasonably priced for Chicago and will give you a a leg up. Give me a call and we can discuss this further.