So I've done some research since I have a similar problem and everything leads me to fully integrated quadrature demodulators like LT5517 with a good NCO if you need AFC. All digital systems with direct sampling might have even better noise performance especially if you use oversampling (source) but they have a detection delay, so your application should tolerate this delay if you want to use this method. Search for FPGA or DSP FM demodulators, there are plenty of articles.
The best solution for data transmission I've found so far are specialized transceivers with interference resistance like AD9364, but those come in 144-LFBGA and cost $210 per chip. See this article for more info.
If you need a simple and decent demodulator, conventional quadrature demodulator has the best noise performance if you use high quality parts for it.