Five San Francisco supervisors joined forces Tuesday to put a measure on the June 5 ballot that would raise about $100 million a year to pay for 10,000 low- and middle-income housing units and shelter accommodations for the city’s homeless population over the next decade.

The ballot measure, dubbed “Housing for All,” asks voters to raise the tax levied on commercial property owners to 2 percent, a 1.7 percent increase. There would be some exemptions for spaces rented to nonprofits and retailers, including an offset for property owners bringing in less than $1 million per year in rent payments.

The initiative — signed by Supervisors Ahsha Safaí, Jeff Sheehy, Malia Cohen, Katy Tang and Mark Farrell — would need the approval of two-thirds of voters to pass. City law allows for ballot measures to be introduced if four or more supervisors agree to be sponsors. The measure, which was also supported by acting Mayor London Breed, had been championed by Ed Lee until his unexpected death last month.