I'm sure you've received your info by now but thought I would run data as of today to see what's rented and the amounts. They range from $1295 to $1985 for the one bedrooms. The higher ones have the den plus higher floors and water/views of the river and across to Old Town. The median price is $1640. The Spring market is expected to be good for rentals, so I agree with the agent below to perhaps start around $1800. You can always adjust the price weekly, every 10 days or every 2 weeks until you get a renter...as long as you can afford to take the "hit" on the cash flow of the rent vs. your actual mortgage (PITI) and condo fees. Talk to your tax person as you become a landlord to find out what percentages of loss you can deduct on your taxes. Also make sure you familiarize yourself with Maryland Landlord/Tenant info unless you are hiring a property management company to handle your rental. In which case add that fee to your cash output as well.
Hope that helps. Feel free to call if you need more help.