The Cavinder twins are living the sweet life in their brand-new Fort Lauderdale apartment.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder — the TikTok stars who became top NIL earners while playing basketball at the University of Miami — gave fans a peek at the luxurious space in a new YouTube video titled, “We moved into our dream place.”
The two-bedroom apartment sits in a high-rise building in downtown Fort Lauderdale and features floor-to-ceiling windows, along with a wrap-around balcony.
In addition to an open living room that boasts white and beige furniture, the home is equipped with a modern kitchen that includes stainless steel appliances.
Elsewhere in the video, the 22-year-olds showed off their bar cart, which was stocked with champagne, as well as the flat-screen TV mounted on a pillar in the living room.
Haley’s room features a walk-in closet while the sisters have double sinks in their bathroom.
On the topic of furnishing, Haley said the sisters didn’t have to purchase many of the essentials as they took most of their things from Miami to the new place.
Haley did make a trip to HomeGoods, however, while Hanna stayed behind to finish unpacking with their mom.
“My mom and Hanna stayed because, me being the responsible twin, I was doing organization before we moved, and Hanna just figured [she’d] procrastinate until we got to Fort Lauderdale,” Haley said. “So they’re doing her closet right now.”
Haley and Hanna concluded the video by thanking their fans and expressing excitement for this next chapter.
The sisters teased their new apartment on Friday when they threw shade at their critics in a separate TikTok video.
“Those ‘stick to TikTok’ comments really paid off,” Haley and Hanna wrote over the clip, which showed their then-vacant apartment.
Haley and Hanna’s new apartment is just over a three-hour drive to the WWE performance center, located in Orlando, where they will likely spend more time after signing a NIL deal with WWE in December 2021.
Following the Hurricanes’ Cinderella run during March Madness, the blondes opted not to exercise their fifth year of eligibility to focus on NIL deals and other opportunities, including the pursuit of their pro wrestling careers.
Just over two weeks after the senior guards helped the Hurricanes reach the Elite 8 for the first time in program history, Haley and Hanna revealed in April they signed with WWE during an appearance on “TODAY.”
The sisters, who rose to TikTok fame during the pandemic, made an estimated $2 million in 2022, according to Boardroom.
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