While I agree with some of what has been said, there are a few unaswered questions. Will you be buying as well? Do you need to sell in order to buy? Have you already located or bought the replacement property?
There are different ways to structure when buying and selling. Ideally, if it is possible, you would find your replacement property first. That way you are not under a time crunch to find a home, and you can take advantage of the current market as a buyer. You may have to take an equity line out on your condo in order to make a down payment.
Once you have an offer accepted on a replacement, you can prepare your condo for the market. Most likely, unless you already have the replacement, that will bring you to the beginning of next year as we are already in mid November, which will be a good time to sell. You will also be selling a vacant and hopefully staged condo which very often sells faster and for a higher price than those that are not presented that way. Doing things this way will mean that you will have two mortgage payments for the time it takes to sell your condo which could easily be two months (including escrow period).
If you are not able to do that, and you need to sell first, putting the condo on the market now would not hurt your chances of selling next year if it did not sell. It is clear to people that the market is in a transitional stage; buyers will understand that the timing was not right. Having said that, it sounds like your unit has all the components of a desirable property. Good condition, parking, and an outdoor space are all key features; I'm sure that is what attracted you in the first place. The style of the building and the exact location (block) are also key factors.
If you want my thoughts on your specific property without giving away that information publicly, please give me a call. My partner and I can come by, have a look, and talk strategy with you.