Returning to the OP on a slightly different note:
A "monastery" can be a very big place, such that one group of people at one end, and another group at the other, all in the "same monastery", could easily be miles apart.
Is this "co-habitating"? Not in the usual sense of the term, at least in the English that I know. Whether or not this goes any way in answering the OP, I don't know. Just saying, that's all. This is, at least, the situation of many Chinese monasteries that have both monks and nuns. Though even then, this is not common, and most Chinese monasteries are either monk-monasteries or nunneries. (They even have different terms in Chinese to distinguish these.)