They're both rather bad, in my opinion, but if I had to choose between them I'd choose Juilliard.
--Chicago Teacher: Keeps his grand to himself. Teaches on a crappy upright spinet with really light action, almost like a keyboard -- maybe 20 grams. The hammers are hardened from too much play, and sounds like you are playing Forte all the time.
Really, playing on something like this is a punishment. I have played on similar piano's before and it was awful: It becomes impossible to put any emotion into a piece, and everything sounds really mechanical... This alone would make me drop the Chicago teacher.
Anyway, I suggest you look for a proper piano teacher who doesn't force you to practice scales all the time, but gives you some freedom to also play something you like. The sight reading part is a bit silly in my opinion. I'm not great at sight reading, but then again I hardly ever need it. Sure, it can be nice to be good at sight reading, but I don't see the purpose of really training it a lot.
tl;dr, look for another piano teacher, but in the mean time stick to these guys.