So far, have done well with four Hardy Chicago figs from a big-box store; planted them in Spring 2021 and they survived our winter outside with no protection (albeit in a sunny area near my house). One of them even got to 9 ft tall last fall and tried to produce figs, though they didn't fully form. I believe it got below 10F on at least a few nights here during mid-January. Unfortunately, a Brown Turkey I planted in summer 2021 from Monticello did not survive the winter. In Monticello they grow on a very sunny and rocky protected micro-climate, which may get more winter sun than my house.
Also have had success this Spring in rooting fig cuttings from a neighbor's tree. They weren't sure what species it is, but presumably something very hardy, as it's over 15 ft tall. These got a small cut in bark to expose the cambium, dipped in water, dipped in a powdered root hormone, and then put into potting soil (into a hole poked first with a stick). They have done great with occasional watering, and moved into the garage during a few nights of 25 degree lows. These were all cut and planted on 20 March.
This year I've also started three small figs from Edible Landscaping in pots - a Celeste, Conadria, and Long Island. Not sure yet if I want to plant these permanently in the fall or take them inside for the winter.