A nice shortlist, from which I will say I would most probably pick the Ergobaby Metro+. It is so because of the handlebar, which is adjustable (a rare feature for this type of a stroller), a rather long-ish seat surface, and a sturdy frame that, although not all-terrain by far, will withstand some years of use. Also, the seat is superbly padded, so for a comfort ride, it will be nice - you just cannot expect a huge seat with these ultracompacts.
The Goody Plus (full review here) is a nice stroller in terms of space, even if it is not a long-seater, it has plenty of room to the top of the canopy.
The Lara 2 I would, on the other hand, definitely not take, as the seat is nice but short and slanted, and your baby will grow out of it sooner. And the Profold is a nice stroller but not as roomy, so probably also not the best one.
From my other suggestions, I would check the Recaro Lexa with a tall seatback, and perhaps a used Joolz Aer that is really really nice for taller kids (and the best in terms of quality, but also the most expensive here, that is why I suggest checking it second-hand).